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MLPPP, Bonded ADSL and Bonded SDSLThere are two types of DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) available in the UK, known as ADSL or SDSL. ADSL or Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line is the most common type and can be found in the majority of homes and offices in the UK. This connects through a standard telephone line and offers an upstream of up to 832kbps and a downstream of up to 8Mbps. SDSL is a more "heavy duty", symmetric product that enables a guaranteed bandwidth and is ideal for businesses that have outgrown the standard ADSL platform.
MLPPP, Multilink and Bonded SDSLCCS Leeds are one of the few providers of MLPPP ADSL, Multilink ADSL, or Bonded ADSL in the UK. Bonded ADSL is ideal for companies which have outgrown the standard ADSL and require high speed internet connectivity. Bonded ADSL is a multi line solution presented as a single high capacity line, providing faster and more reliable uploads and downloads, ensuring company data online can be accessed and sent out faster and with a more reliable connection.

Known as MLPPP, Multilink ppp or Bonded ADSL, the service works by 'bonding' anything up to eight standard ADSL connections together to create a single virtual connection with higher capacity and faster speeds. This greatly improves company internet connectivity at prices which are well within most company budgets. This kind of service offers the perfect solution to internet issues for public sector organisations, schools, medium sized offices, colleges and any other organisation that requires high speed internet connectivity at an affordable price and cannot justify the setup fee or afford the on-going cost of leased line.

Bonded ADSL is one of the most available internet connectivity solutions to companies that have outgrown their single ADSL line and are looking for a competitively priced upgrade. SDSL is not as readily available as ADSL and bonded ADSL lines provide an equally reliable alternative.

Our solution also enables organisations to make more use of ADSL technology, especially where long lines or distance limitations mean only slow ADSL speeds could be achieved.

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