|Cable Internet Connection|
How do you choose your best cable internet service?
There are a lot of factors that comes to place when it comes to choosing a solid cable internet connection these days, and with the proliferation of ISPs all over the place today it is becoming increasingly difficult to choose the right internet connection.
Having dealt with internet users with various kinds of problems, I’ve had to see a lot of problems various people experience, and I’ve come to the conclusion that a solid cable internet connection can be spotted right away, and that a poor cable internet connection can also be spotted the same.
How Fast Is It?
This is the first question you need to ask yourself when it comes to choosing a cable internet. While there are a lot of factors that come into place to determine the right internet connection, a standard cable internet connection is characterized by great speed, and it can spell danger if that is missing.
A normal cable internet connection for business use is capable of providing download speeds of up to 400mbps while a standard cable internet connection for residential use is capable of providing download speeds of up to 100mbps. Of course, the speed you will get will vary depending on your ISP, but I think you shouldn’t get any speed lesser than 10 – 20mbps at any given time.
How Reliable Is It?
The next question that comes to mind when it comes to knowing how solid a cable internet connection is that of reliability. How reliable is your cable internet connection? Does it connect today and fail to connect tomorrow, or is it greatly affected by the weather? All these are some great questions to ponder on, because we now leave in an age of great dependence on the internet, and as a result the reliability of an internet connection is a factor that can’t be gambled on.
How Does Your ISP Respond to Problems?
The final question you need to consider is that of how your ISP responds to your problems. It doesn’t matter how great or poor your internet connection currently is, you will always need your ISP every once in a while, and as a result it is very important that they are the best possible ISP they can be.
You need to ask yourself how your ISP respond to your questions – are they friendly and responsible? Do you think they have great knowledge and experience to solve your problems?
I’m Paul Tobis, an expert at helping people choose cable companies in my area.