ADSL allows data to be transferred quickly over the copper wires of your existing phone line and is a common internet connection. Your broadband provider puts a ‘splitter’ into your telephone wall socket so that you can run both your telephone and your broadband connection simultaneously.

In other words, you can chat on the phone while surfing the net.

Nearly every home in the UK can get an ADSL connection, with speeds of up to 8 Mbps. But the further you live from the telephone exchange, the slower the likely connection speed.

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