Very high speed” does not really have a technical definition, the notion of “very high” being unencrypted. It is above all a trade name. As ADSL technology is commonly referred to as “high speed”, it is now common to refer to “very high speed” technologies that allow speeds greater than those of ADSL. In general, these are cable or fiber optic connections giving access to speeds ranging from 30 Mbit / s to 1 Gbit / s (1000 mbit / s). To really know what speed you have access to depending on where you live, you must perform an ADSL and Unifi Malaysia eligibility test. To know the current speed of your internet connection, you can use the speed test.
What technologies are used for very high speed?
In September 2019, ARCEP counted 10.6 million “very high speed” subscriptions (over 30 megabits) in France spread over 3 types of networks. The main very high-speed network is optical fiber to the home (FTTH) with more than 6.3 million subscribers at the end of 2019, mainly at Orange, Free, SFR and Bouygues Telecom. VDSL2 is the second “THD” technology that achieves a speed ranging from 25 to 95 Mbit / s in 3.1 million homes. Finally, the third very high speed technology is cable (FTTLa) with 1.2 million subscribers almost all at SFR. To find out if your place of residence is connected to a very high speed network, you must carry out an eligibility test with your postal address.
Need a phone plan?
Most Internet service providers offer bundles that combine Internet phone, Internet TV, or all three (triple play).
Is the offer available to you? Before subscribing to an Internet package, you must determine if optical fiber or ADSL is available in your home. This can usually be done over the phone when signing up for an Internet plan.
How much does the plan cost per month?
How long am I engaged in this plan? Remember to check if there is an early termination fee if you change your mind or want to change providers.