What is ADSL
ADSL is a new technology that allows data to
be passed at high speeds over existing telephone
lines--up to 50 times faster than regular
telephone modems. Download speeds can be as high
as 1.5Mbps, and upload speeds 256Kbps. ADSL
connections are constantly "live" which
means that there are never any busy signals or
disconnects. Because of the way ADSL carries
data, it does not interfere with the voice
signals that it shares a wire with. This means
that you can use the telephone and be connected
to the Internet on the same phone line at the
ADSL service through Access Orlando gives you
the same features as
a dial-up account--only at much higher speeds!
Pricing data for ADSL not available at this
time. Please check back later or call
407-895-1200 for more information.
To use this fast new Internet technology, PC
users need a 100MHz or faster processor and a
10baseT Ethernet card. Macintosh users need a
PowerPC or better machine with MacOS 7.55 or
better, and a 10baseT Ethernet card.
Since ADSL is such a new technology, not all
telephone equipment is prepared to carry it. Please
use the form below to request availability
information in your area. You will usually
receive a response from us the next business day
after your request.
If ADSL is available in your area, you will
need to send us a letter of authorization to
begin the connection process. Click here and
print the letter. Then mail or FAX the letter
Availability and system requirements subject to
change. Check this webpage or contact Access Orlando
for further information and future updates.
ADSL Request Form
Please fill out the following form to receive
information about ADSL availability in your area.
There is no obligation to buy. All information
submitted is held in the strictest of confidence, and
will only be used to verify ADSL availability in your