Whats the best internet connection if i want to work at home dsl or unlimited 4g connection

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Whats the best internet connection if i want to work at home dsl or unlimited 4g connection
 

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It depends on the speed you get from each.

Check with your DSL & 4G providers and see what speeds they have. Even better then that, find someone who has each and run a speed test.
 
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Its more great to use dsl than 4g wireless conection because in dsl the conection is stable and direct conection because we have a line to have a stable conection than 4g sometimes 4g is not stable going to 3g or 4g because sometimes signal is week thats why i preper dsl than 4g.
 
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If you will work at home you will need a fast internet connection, I will suggest you that chose the dsl not just because that is what I am using rightnow but because I can guaranteed you that it is fast just depend on what plan you will choose and what country you are in. But still 4g is good to use and smooth.
 

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The maximum speed I get from DSL in my home country is 3 MBPS. However, I get 7 MBPS with I use 4G. Yes, compared to DSL 4G is unstable, however, 7 MBPS is better than 3 MBPS. I live in a country side where DSL is not available. Therefore I use WiMax. I get 5 MBPS from my internet service provider.
 

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I would suggest using DSL.

I'm currently using a DSL connection. It's fast, stable, and reliable compared to 4G connection. I've tried using that and it wasn't worth it in my experience.

If the performance constantly fluctuates along with the internet speed, then you might as well have a stable connection. The best method of comparison is how it performs in your daily use. DSL works most of the time and rarely has issues with its connection.
 
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My wife is currently working in an online tutorial site. They required her to use DSL which is direct and stable. 4G connection depends on the signal and most of the time it gets easily interrupted by weather conditions.
Most online job requires best connection and only DSL can provide best and yet stable connection as well.
 
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I think DSL is much better than 4g because DSL have a line connected directly to the source unlike the 4g. But it still depends on where you live though and what plan are you using! I'm using DSL 2-4mbps plan and its decent because i can browse the web smoothly, download songs and movies fast and stream on netflix. :)
 
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I also second the use of DSL it more as it is more relieable than 4g due to the straight connectivity of your computer to the internet source. But do remember, like for example playing online game such as DOTA2 or LOL to connect your PC directly to your modem as this type of games need a steady and stable connectivity due to the amount of information running in that game. So yeah DSL is the right choice for such situations and if you want gather additional info regarding the performance of other ISPs in your area.
 
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Whats the best internet connection if i want to work at home dsl or unlimited 4g connection
Hello. I'm not an expert but I think the best internet is the one that uses fiber optic cables. You know, that really really thin wire. I'm not sure if Globe, Smart, PLDT or Sky uses that already. But the ISP we have now is CONVERGE ICT SOLUTIONS INC., here in Paranaque. We have no data cap, that means unlimited Youtube and p*Rn. (hehe, just kidding), The plan we have is with speed of up to 25mbps., (which is still slow especially for rich people who wants speed of up to 100mbps) but our plan is more than enough for the requirements needed when you try to get a work from home job. And, the price is cheap. So, check it out, if your area has that ISP already.
 
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I would recommend to use DSL connection since it is more convenient and better than the 4G in terms in its speed and accessibility. DSL now a days are the most often used by business establishment or offices since it provides a more stable internet connection than the 4G. Even in my present job we are using DSL connection, not just because it is cheap but due to it can really stood the test of time. We already been using this for almost 6 years now, I'm not an affiliate or endorser of this service but I am just expressing my experience and views in this particular service.
 

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DSL is the best choice if you are doing a serious job remotely. Because wireless networks cannot be reliable always or easy to have speed fluctutation. In my case, I use unlimited wired as main connection and 2 x 4G devices as backup in my house.
 
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Look if you're on the move and you can't stay put, then i'd say buy a wifi dongle. here in finland we call them "Mokkula" they operate on 4g sim cards and they spread internet around 10-20m
But if you're stationary at home then you really need something like a 4-10mbps for your all your internetting. if you're gonna do gaming i'd say get fast speed.

Avoid satellite, wimax, dialup, and any other wacky options and just stick to DSL.
 
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The speed on your 4G internet connection depends on your location. It can be faster than a DSL in some cases. For DSL, companies guarantee you on a 3-4MB/sec internet speed. Better yet, you can try to ask service providers on what they offer best.
 

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I will prefer the DSL connection if you are home-based. Because it is stable connection. I have tried the 4G before and it sucks. I just waste money for a connection that doesn't even give a good service. But the best things to do before choosing is ask the provider what is the best out of the two product. So that you will have an idea of what connection suits to you.
 
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It is best to use dsl connection than 4G wireless. You can connect your personal computer with dsl connection which will give you more fast and stable connection. 4G is also reliable, the difference is the stability of your signal. Wireless connections are less reliable if you are having a bad weather.
 
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I'd advise cable modem seems to be the most stable connection with my experience. I've had dsl had to powercycle it 5 times in one day. but I do think it really depends on the provider and the modem you have as well
 
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It is good to use dsl when you plan to work at home.because working home online need a faster and stable internet connection.
 
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It is advisable to use a dsl connection because it is more stable ensuring a better connection without much or almost no connection drop or data loss.
 
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