What is ADSL?

ADSL is a high-speed broadband internet service which lets you use your phone or fax line while you're on the internet. You can download large files, including video at fast speeds. And because ADSL technology shares your existing phone line, there's no need for extra cables or external equipment to be installed. Mid North Coast Internet offer many solutions for home users and business users.

We have a wide range of plans to suit your needs. Our standard data allowances start from 40GB on ADSL 2 all the way to 400GB. We also have two plans for ADSL 1 which are 20GB and 40GB.

How does ADSL benefit me and how is it better?

The internet has transformed the way people work and is constantly opening up new opportunities.

To fully exploit this potential, you need a high-speed internet service that’s both reliable and secure. Mid North Coast Internet offer many internet solutions to meet your needs. Currently our most common Internet connection type is ADSL.

What is Business Class ADSL?

Our business class ADSL delivers a carrier grade high-speed connection to the world-wide web. Whether you want to increase application performance, improve business continuity, or enhance the way your people and customers share information, our business internet offers performance.

How do I switch to ADSL from another provider (ISP)?

Mid North Coast Internet offers a easy ADSL transfer from another active provider. Simply fill out our ADSL Churn Form, select a desired plan and return the form to Mid North Coast Internet. Once submitted ADSL transfers can take up to one business week for the service to be active.

How do I start a new ADSL service?

Mid North Coast Internet offers new ADSL services to users with a existing phone line. Simply fill out our ADSL application form, select a desired plan and once complete return to Mid North Coast Internet. Routers and Filters also can be purchased through Mid North Coast Internet which are pre-configured to your service. New applications can take up to one business week for the service to become active.

 

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