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a generic name for digital lines that are provided by telephone companies to their local subscribers and that carry data at high speeds

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Libya and Oman do not have the 1024 Kbps ADSL speed, however, the ranking for the country is based on extrapolating from its rates of other speeds, it said.
The average total annual cost for the 1024 Kbps residential ADSL service in the Arab region stands at US$ 736.
To make the service available to more customers, Omantel has recently extended the ADSL coverage to include new areas of the Sultanate.
Official statistics show that the number of Internet subscribers in Lebanon is 330,000 but only eight percent of them have ADSL.
He said the new offer would attract the public to subscribe to Lightspeed in order to benefit from the 256kbps ADSL service with its competitive price in the local market.
By June, the share of ADSL users in the broadband market reached 68.4%, and that of FTTH users 16.6%.
Sweden-based pan-European telecomms company Tele2 AB said on Monday (1 August) that it was launching high-speed ADSL services in Belgium.
FRITZ!Box for Versatile Connections With one USB and two Ethernet ports, FRITZ!Box can connect practically any PC to the ADSL line with no additional hardware.
"Our new TC3162 SoC (System on Chip) is a breakthrough in the ADSL market, particularly as the TC3162 supports complete ADSL2+ features with a powerful 200MHz RISC processor and the smallest form factor of 128-pin LQFP package," noted Shin-Jou Fang, CEO of TrendChip.
Subscriptions to high-speed asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) Internet access service in Japan topped 10 million in December for the first time, the government said Wednesday.
If you have an ADSL broadband internet service and more than one computer at home, you probably want them all to access the internet at the same speed.
IN BRIEF: NTT Communications is offering three months of free ADSL connections for OCN subscribers who sign up by the end of April.
BT offers ADSL using your existing BT telephone line.