Both VDSL and ADSL services are provided over copper cable , but VDSL service theoretically offers a bandwidth that increases up to 100 Mbps . The difference between ADSL and VDSL can be noticed by proximity to the exchange. If you are a subscriber residing close to the exchange , you can benefit from VDSL service. In today’s technology, transmission can be made with fiber cable up to the switchboard. For this reason, the maximum speed you will get after the switchboard varies according to the distance.
There is a separate modem for VDSL internet and a separate modem for ADSL internet . If you want to take advantage of VDSL service, you will need to have a VDSL modem. However, some modems can have both ADSL and VDSL support.
What is the Maximum Speed for ADSL and VDSL?
If you have an existing ADSL subscription, it is not possible to subscribe to VDSL over the same line (infrastructure) . While the maximum speed you can get with ADSL is 16 Mbps , you can get a speed much higher than 16 Mbps with VDSL service . Of course, the effect of this speed; It may vary depending on the preferred computer status, telephone line quality, switchboard density and distance from the exchange.
Switching from ADSL to VDSL
Another situation that subscribers wonder is whether the telephone and service numbers will change during the transition from ADSL service to VDSL service. If it is necessary to clarify this situation, the phone number, service number and user name will remain fixed during the transitions from ADSL service to VDSL service.