Residential

High Speed Cable DSL Modem Setup

For millions of residences, the choice to receive internet service is generally between a digital subscriber line or DSL or “Cable.” 

While cable with broadband technology is generally faster than DSL (as DSL comes in over phone lines), cable can slow quickly due to multiple users accessing the network simultaneously.  If proper security is not in place, virtually any computer in your network can view your information.

Cable modems are fairly simple to hook up, which is on eof the reasons they gained popularity. The telephone line technology related with DSL often requires a longer set-up process.

Both DSL and Cable require modems and sometimes in the set-up of either system, residences can run into problems with the speed and the efficiency of their internet service.

Geeks On Call is knowledgeable in both DSL and Cable setup and in making sure that your modem is running properly. Your Geeks On Call expert will be pleased to discuss internet provider advantages and disadvantages and answering all of your questions about maximizing security and performance.

To learn more on how Geeks on call can help with your high speed cable or modem setup please call us today at 1-800-905-4335 or click here to schedule a service .

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