Years ago, Internet access was mainly through the slow and unreliable dialup telephone connection. When high-speed cable access became available, it was called “broadband” to highlight that it was better than the “narrowband” dialup access.

So “broadband” loosely defines a network’s capability to transmit large volumes of various data formats at high speeds. To put it simply, it’s like a bigger pipe through which more water can. Such pipe makes it possible to have faster Internet access that is always available.

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