Any broadband is better than dial-up, but some are faster than others. In this article, we explain their differences.
DSL uses phone lines. Residential service is available, but businesses have access to much faster connections.
Cable is fast, widely available and works in tandem with television service without slowing down.
Fiber is the fastest option, but the least commonly available.
Cellular phone networks can be fast, but you need a strong 4G connection.
A faster broadband option than dial-up for rural areas, but weather can slow or block it.