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Using DSL

Are DSL customers able to use their telephone or fax machine while accessing the Internet over DSL?
Will my telephone work even if my computer or modem is unplugged or disabled?
Can I connect more than one computer to my DSL service?
Will my current phone features work with DSL?

 

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Are DSL customers able to use their telephone or fax machine while accessing the Internet over DSL?

Yes. DSL services allow customer to use Telephone + Fax services simultaneously while browsing the internet.

Will my telephone work even if my computer or modem is unplugged or disabled?

Yes. DSL modems have been designed so that your normal telephone service will operate even if the computer or DSL modem is unplugged or otherwise disabled.

Can I connect more than one computer to my DSL service?

Yes. NTC offers a home networking solution designed to work with our DSL packages. We offer routers that connect directly to your computer. A router, along with a DSL modem, allows up to eight computers to access the Internet over a single DSL line. You can also share a single printer, scanner and other hardware peripherals. For more information, or to place an order with this option, call (111-999-998).

Will my current phone features work with DSL?

DSL won't affect Caller ID, voice mail, call waiting or other advanced calling features. However, Distinctive Ring may not work with DSL in some areas.

 

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