Yes. DSL technology uses the phone line, but not the voice component. This is why the divided line allows you to simultaneously surf the Internet and talk on the phone line at the same time. Because DSL technology divides the…
No. You do not need an active telephone line to get Cable internet service.
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A DSL filter is an analog low-pass filter installed between analog devices such as telephones, fax machines or any device with a regular modem such as a cable box, alarm system or digital TV and a plain old telephone service…
Yes. If your new computer has a Dialup modem installed, it will work with Dialup service.
No. You cannot have two or more DSL service in one telephone line.
No. Getting a new wireless router can give you more stability, more features and improved network file sharing but the internet speed provided by your Internet Service Provider will be the same.
No. New DSL modems will have to be configured to work with your internet. You can find helpful instructions here.
No. For Cable Internet Service, new modem’s MAC Address will have to be activated first before it can connect to the internet. Please contact our Support Team for new modem activation.