High-speed broadband for your business

What is DSL?

Digital Subscriber Line – works with copper cable and offers high-speed connectivity, as opposed to older technologies, such as dial up internet that worked through a landline with a modem.

 The digital line subscriber element simply refers to the internet running over the phone line.

What you need to know about DSL

DSL still applicable?
Although ADSL services are on its way out, areas that do not have fibre infrastructure as yet will still be able to recieve ADSL services. However, existing DSL networks are no longer getting maintained and in the event of a breakage fibre or wireless connectivity will be offered as the alternative option for quality connectivity.


Data transmission channel.

Where the user’s information will be sent to the Internet (upload).

Data reception channel.

Where the information will be received from the Internet (download). It will be the widest of the three channels.

Regular telephone service channel.

Where the telephone calls will be transmitted.


High-speed Access.

High-speed access which enables easy net surfing and fast streaming contents access.

Reasonable flat-rate price.

Unlimited Internet access under a flat-rate price.

Always-on connection.

Real-time information access through always-on connection.

VoIP service.
Simultaneous phone and Internet.

Our pricing options

We have a few pricing options to suit any size company

DSL Pricing

DSL package pricing is available on request. Chat to a sales consultant to learn more.


Let’s talk about how Infraplex can be your ICT partner.