Why is fixed-line more prevalent than 4G mobile broadband?
Is ADSL still a viable option today?
How does ADSL compare to 4G mobile broadband?
4G’s issues, and how Multi-network 4G solves them
Does 4G mobile broadband stand up to fibre?
Fibre’s speed knocks ADSL’s out of the park. And unlike ADSL’s copper wires that struggle to carry data past a certain point, fibre has an effectively unlimited range.
But 4G mobile broadband will remain the quicker, more flexible option than fibre, perfect for tricky deployments that need to happen in remote locations or on short notice. It’ll also always be the better option for IoT, since the easiest way to connect a IoT device is to equip it with a SIM. And of course with on-demand mobile backup, 4G and fibre can be combined for the best of both worlds.
Meanwhile, 5G has entered the playing field with speed and latency that can rival (and beat) fibre’s.
All in all, if you’re preparing for the PSTN / ISDN switch-off and need to replace your ADSL services, mobile broadband is a solid choice. Got a question about mobile broadband, or need advice on how to handle the switch-off? Drop us a line!
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