Voice over Internet Protocol is a category of hardware and software that enables people to use the Internet to make telephone calls by sending voice data in a digital form using IP configurations and networking rather than by traditional telephone circuit transmissions.
The benefits of LTE include the quick and easy activation of internet on a business’ premises, especially in areas where Telkom’s copper cable required for DSL has been decommissioned or just not available.
Fibre means that your internet activity travels across a fibre optic cable which runs directly into your house or business. It uses flexible glass fibres to transmit data at such a speed that it astonishes the mind and tickles the brains taste buds. With Fibre there are also no more charges for line rental or any extra data usage.
DSL stands for Digital Subscriber Line. The DSL lines make use of available telephone lines to provide households and businesses with Internet access. This high speed bandwidth connection is made possible via a phone wall jack that connects to an existing telephone network in the home or business.