Then there is xDSL with its private bandwidth and very fast speeds. With xDSL you do not have to share your bandwidth with anyone. This results in a much more stable connection with a constant rate of speed no matter how many users are online. The downside however is that in order to be eligible for xDSL, you must be within a certain range of the telephone Central Office. For ADSL that distance is somewhere around 2 miles, which ends up including about 40% of residents. However, they are beginning to release new DSL services that will supposedly double the distance to about 4 miles, which is great news those of you in rural areas. On the amount of bandwidth your DSL will provide, the type of xDSL available and who provides the service will be the determining factor. Pacific Bell's fastest service allows download speeds of up to 6 MBps and upload speeds of 386 Kbps.
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