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How to make my DSL faster by higher speed?

Hi guys, I have my DSL connection which has a speed of 100kbps, and I want to make it faster up to 256 kbps and higher, can u guys help me get that speed...

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I would start by looking at the wiring in the house (from plug in the wall to the Demarcation line) make sure that is high quality wire and good connections. Then move to the Phone Co., get them to inspect the local loop wiring for bad connections/wire. Then move to FiOS (fiber optic technology), this will produce some amazing speeds, but you have to work with the phone co. or move to a faster technology such as Frame Relay, ATM, or ISDN, a burst asynchronous comm is your best bet.

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