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ADSL broadband uses telephone lines to provide broadband access which is up to 140 times faster than dial up and ADSL2+ can reach speeds of up to 24Mbps. It's currently the most popular type of broadband in Australia and is available in most areas.
What makes Naked DSL broadband different to ADSL and ADSL2+ is that you don't need a separate telephone line service. Your telephone line rental is now incorporated into the Naked DSL service and it often has a VOIP option.
Cable broadband uses coax material to deliver high speed broadband access and is generally restricted to major metropolitan areas. The flexible nature of coax makes it an ideal for bundling home telecommunication services such as Broadband Internet, Pay TV, Home Phone and VoIP.
The convenience of a wireless environment has made wireless broadband the fastest growing alternative to ADSL. Using geographically placed 'towers' and 'hotspots', wireless broadband access can be obtained in almost every part of Australia.
Mobile broadband is a form of wireless internet technology that gives users the freedom and flexibility of broadband on the move. Built in network cards and add-ons such as USB modems and adapters provide the ability of Internet access at the office, in the car or down at your local cafe.
Satellite broadband is available Australia wide and due to its coverage capabilities, is a popular broadband choice for those who reside in rural, remote and regional areas. Speeds are typically slower than other types of broadband, however recent subsidy's provided by the government have made pricing far more accessible.