Broadband is a method of connecting to the Internet. It is called broadband as it provides a high-speed Internet connection when compared with older methods of connecting which were generally termed narrowband.
ADSL is a broadband connection technology which utilizes existing copper wired telephone networks. ADSL uses a wide range of frequencies over an existing telephone line to deliver much higher speeds than your standard 56k modem (between 10 and 140 times faster). It is also possible to use your phone while online.
SLT broadband provides high speed uninterrupted internet at an affordable price.
The actual speed you experience may vary substantially from theoretical values depending on the following factors:
So it is quite true that the factors listed above will reduce your speed from theoretical values. The following parameters may be useful in understanding the advertised bandwidth.
Bandwidth is the capacity of any broadband connection which determines the maximum amount of data it transports.
In some situations subscribers would not be able to experience the maximum bandwidth as advertised in the package due to numerous technical reasons. In such situations maximum possible bandwidth would be provided to customers after conducting a technical evaluation test. However if the upper bandwidth exceeds the minimum permissible bandwidth which is referred to as the “minimum bandwidth”, the said package would not be issued to customers. Instead subscribers would be provided with another suitable package which supports his or hers line conditions.
Router Set up
Virtual Path Identifier(VPI)
Virtual Circuit Identifier(VCI)
First check your package speed and check whether you have exceeded the usage limit. If so you have to wait until the next month to experience the same speed, or else you can request to increase your usage limit by 1 GB by making a call to 1212.
Check whether your PSTN line has any noise or disturbances. If yes,
If the issue still persists, register a fault with 1212.