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Top 4 Ways to Deal with a Slow Internet Connection

A slow internet isn’t an option in this modern fast paced world we live. It can jeopardize your project; destroy your productivity and leads to huge financial losses. 403 more words

Fixed Line Services

Top 3 Things to Do With a Super-Fast Broadband Connection

When asked ‘why don’t you get a fast broadband?’ most of the people have a simple answer ‘I just browse the internet’. For millions of broadband users the purpose of accessing internet is basically limited to check upon the mails, shop and perform some online searches. 368 more words

How to check and improve your internet speed?

A number of internet users complain about slow internet speed over the time which seriously hampers their lifestyle and digital experience. A slow internet can turn watching online video content into a lamentable affair with consistent buffering, browsing internet, sending mails and sharing content a really difficult task. 362 more words

V4 Telecom

Portable Satellite Sydney, AU - Why Choose a Portable Satellite for Your Travels

Portable Satellite Sydney, AU

If you are the type of camper who doesn’t want to miss the big game, race or your favorite TV shows while you are away, a portable satellite can be the ideal alternative. 95 more words

Commercial Satellite

Phones Adelaide, AU - The Benefits of VoIP for Business

Phones Adelaide, AU

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a type of technology that allows its users to make calls using the broadband Internet rather than the conventional or analog phone system. 117 more words

Commercial Satellite

Why small businesses need faster internet connectivity?

In our modern business landscape access to better internet connectivity can make or break any business. It has been found that the internet speed directly impacts the business productivity, efficiency and its perceptibility in the digital arena. 395 more words

V4 Telecom

Singtel to shut down ADSL network next April

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

About 47,000 customers still on Singtel’s ageing asymmetric digital subscriber line (ADSL) broadband network have until March next year to migrate to faster broadband technologies. 264 more words

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