Broadband users need no longer be restricted to the 256k-upload speed of a standard Broadband connection. By bonding two or possibly even more ADSL Broadband lines together users can almost double both their upload and download speed without having to order SDSL or a costly leased line solution.
A standard (ADSL) Broadband connection is ideal for the majority of users as it allows them to download data to their desktop at far higher speeds than a 56k modem dialup. However, when a user requires a high upload speed for transferring information to a website, or passing data from place to other sites, the 256kbps upload speed of ADSL Broadband can be restrictive.
This Bonded Broadband service allows users to join (or ‘bond’) two or more Broadband channels together to almost double not only the download speed, but the upload too. Bonded Broadband also has a 10:1 contention ratio, compared to ADSL at 50:1 and 20:1 contention.