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What is DSL?
DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) is broadband technology that provides high-speed data transmission (up to 7.1 Mbps) over an existing telephone line. Speeds are up to 50 times faster than a standard 28.8 Kbps dial-up modem. Plus, DSL Service is instant - with one click you have a lightning-fast connection to the Internet.

Verizon's line of DSL products are called Infospeed DSL. The technology requires that your customer (end user) be within 16,000 to 18,000 feet of a DSL-equipped central office.

With DSL, your customers use a single telephone line for high-speed data communications, including uploading and downloading multimedia. They can also use the same line simultaneously for voice or faxing.

Connections to Internet service providers or corporate LANs are virtually continuous. There are no call setup delays or busy signals. A single click on an icon provides an immediate connection. Employees working from home can access their company's data network quickly and efficiently with the speed afforded by DSL service.

DSL technology also provides broadband connectivity for high-speed services such as video-on-demand, home shopping and distance learning.

Nine Service Level Packages are available:

Infospeed 768K/128K
Infospeed 1.5M/128K
Infospeed 1.5M/384K
Infospeed 1.0M/384K
Infospeed 384K/384K
Infospeed 768K/768K
Infospeed 3.0M/768K
Infospeed 5.0M/768K
Infospeed 7.1M/768K
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