DSL vs. Cable
As I talked about in the blog “What are my options” , as a small business customer looking to spend less than $150 a month, your options are usually limited to Cable, DSL or Wireless. In this blog, I will contrast the differences and benefits of DSL and cable.
How much bandwidth do I need?
Our product specialists often get the question how much bandwidth do I need? You can think about bandwidth like a garden hose. Say you need to fill a 50-gallon tank. If your hose puts out 5 gallons of water per minute, you’ll be waiting 10 minutes to fill the tank.
Shared vs. Dedicated Internet
When talking about business internet options, not all services are created equal. You may have heard the term shared and dedicated Internet services and wondered what they meant? The difference between the two could very well drive your decision on what to purchase and which provider to purchase from.
What are my options?
You might be wondering, what are my options for small business internet services? What providers should I be evaluating? If your goal is to spend less than $100 a month on your high-speed internet, your options are somewhat limited. You have 2 and sometimes 3 choices - local cable company (i.e. Comcast, Charter), the telephone company (i.e. AT&T, Centurylink, Verizon) and perhaps a wireless ISP.