wired Internet


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wired Internet

A network that provides access to the Internet by being hard wired to the provider. A wired Internet connection implies cable, DSL or FiOS, which is cabled from the user's premises to the service provider. With regard to connecting a device within the home or office, the term may refer to using Ethernet instead of Wi-Fi. Contrast with wireless Internet. See cable Internet, DSL and FiOS.
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You can use ShareLink to mix iPhones together with Wi-Fi and/or wired internet to provide even higher throughput and redundancy should any of the bonded connections fail or slow down.
It's notable Google already provides wired Internet in select cities of the US through its fiber-optic deployments.
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