What is the Best Type of Internet Connection?

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What is the Best Type of Internet Connection?

Internet services are important for everyone, especially in times like these when people are limited to their homes and everything is being carried out online. No matter you have an office meeting, need to see your client to discuss important terms, take online classes, submit an assignment, or maybe watch a game, it has to be done online. That means having a good internet connection has become important than ever.

Having a good internet connection means a fast speed, with a stable connection, enough data that you can do everything as per your needs, and great customer service. These factors are considered important when someone is looking for internet services as if any of these factors is not up to your requirements, it will ruin the user experience. For instance, if you are a Hughesnet customer, getting a good speed is going to be as important as being able to get in touch with the Hughesnet customer service whenever you are in need. If you are not able to do both, you are never going to choose this service provider again. Similarly, if the data is not enough, you might start looking for other options.

Many of these factors depend upon the type of connection you have. That is because every connection types have their speed limits, stability, latency, and the prices. So, it is important to know which connection type is the best. By knowing that, whenever you are considering your options in the future, you can make a better decision based on the connection type that is available in the area.

Different Types of Internet Connections
Currently, there are four types of internet connections that are being used widely in the US and other parts of the world. All of these connections can offer good speeds but the download and upload speeds vary with the type of connection that you have. Let’s have a look at all these connection types and see what they can offer.

Fiber Optics
Fiber Optics is the latest technology that is being used to provide internet services and is indeed the best connection type that is available in the US. It uses light signals instead of electrical signals and offers speeds that are faster than any other type of connection. The best part is that you don’t just get a better download speed but the upload speed is also great. Generally, you can get symmetric download and upload speeds, so with a connection of 200 Mbps download, the upload speed would also be 200 Mbps.

Apart from that, the fiber-optic network is highly stable and offers a reliable connection with a better response time. That makes it an ideal connection for gamers and streamers who are broadcasting live videos. Besides that, households that have multiple users who need an internet connection, they can rely on fiber network to deliver what they need.

The surprising fact about fiber optics is that it is the least expensive internet connection out there. Compared to the cable network or the DSL, it not just offers better speeds, but those speeds come at a lower monthly cost. On the other hand, the cost of installation might be more with fiber compared to other networks.

Cable Internet
Cable internet is the second-best internet connection that is available for customers out there. This uses a coax cable to deliver high-speed services and reliability. With the cable connection, the maximum download speed that is being offered is up to 1000 Mbps which is indeed a great speed for residential customers.

Besides that, cable internet is widely available and covers almost every US state including many rural areas and big cities. However, it is not available everywhere, especially in remote locations and towns that are far from cities. The majority of the big internet providers in the US use this connection to deliver high-quality services.

If you are living in an area where fiber or cable internet is not available, the one option that you can get easily is Satellite Internet. Satellite internet connection uses a satellite dish to connect and offers a good download speed. On top of that, it does not require any phone lines coming into your house, so, you can get it even if you are living in a remote cabin.

The only concern with the satellite internet is that it is usually very expensive and offers limited data. Moreover, extreme weather conditions such as heavy rain, snow, or tornadoes can affect the connection strength and you might not get any services during such situations.

DSL or Digital Subscriber Line is an internet connection that uses phone lines to deliver internet services into the house. The good thing is that it is commonly available in both rural areas and big cities. However, the maximum download speed being offered is limited to up to 100 Mbps.

Since the connection is shared, customers do not get the full speed during peak hours due to increased traffic on the network. On top of that, if we compare it to cable or fiber optics, the latency of the connection is a little more. But it is still a good option in case you are not able to get cable internet in your area.

Final Thoughts
Among these four connection types, fiber optics is indeed the best choice that you can get. In case that is not an option, go for cable as it can offer you better speeds and a stable connection. If nothing works in your area, then you can move down to satellite or DSL internet as these are the ones that usually service rural areas these days.

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