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DSL is an abbreviation for Digital Subscriber Line. It is a high-speed connection that uses existing telephone wires for data transmission requiring a modem which can connect to your computer. So with DSL, businesses can link to the internet, obtain video and data, at a much faster speed than with any dial up connection.
Also unlike a dial up connection, DSL is always connected to the internet. No doubt, the cost is higher than a dial up connection but the amazing features make up for this. These features include VoIP (voice over internet protocol), integrated voice and data services, web hosting, video conferencing and company intranet facilities.
Voice Over Internet Protocol
This feature simply means the distribution of voice information using the internet. This has the power to send more than one telephone call at a time using the same connection, removing the need of extra telephone lines. Automatic redialing, caller ID, call forwarding and conference calling, are standard features on VoIP, without any extra charges unlike on a standard telephone connection. A business can save up lots of money with this feature.
Integrated Voice And Data Services On DSL
Internet access, Voice transmission and data transmission can be combined on a single line. This will not only save money but also create simplified bills and reduce the paperwork. Features included in this package are inward dialing which allows direct line phone numbers to be assigned to different employees, ‘line roll over’ which allows a phone call to be routed to another available line and also the feature to block caller ID on outgoing calls.