|Provider||DSL speeds up to||Prices starting at|
|AT&T||5-100 Mbps||$50.00/ mo.|
|CenturyLink||1-100 Mbps||$49.00/ mo.|
|Frontier||6-115 Mbps||$24.99/ mo.|
|Verizon||0.5-15 Mbps||$24.99/ mo.|
|Windstream||25-100 Mbps||$19.99/ mo.|
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What do the letters “DSL” stand for?
DSL is short for digital subscriber line. DSL uses your local wired phone line to deliver internet to you. However, it uses different frequencies for phone and internet, so both lines can still be used at the same time.
Is DSL Internet fast?
DSL is typically slower than other broadband options, but some providers offer DSL with up to 45 Mbps speed.
How can I see if DSL Internet is available where I live?
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