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|Shared Internet Plans Vs Dedicated Internet Plans. by ib22003(m): 4:16pm On Apr 24, 2020|
Most Internet plans in Nigeria today are shared plans. Below we will define Shared and Dedicated internet Plans.
Shared Plans involve a set bandwidth shared among users on a shared Internet connection, all bandwidth (5 Mbps, 10 Mbps, etc.) is split among all users and devices. Download and upload speeds on a shared package are “up to" a particular limit. If traffic on the shared bandwidth is light, users will experience faster download speeds. If all users are on the network are streaming video or uploading large files, speed will decrease. This package is usually recommended for homes and small businesses with limited internet use.
Dedicated Plans like its name is the bandwidth that is dedicated to the user. With a dedicated plan, your business is the only subscriber to a specified amount of bandwidth, that bandwidth allocated is for your use only. Those assigned dedicated bandwidth have access to more reliable services, like having stable download and upload speeds, with no slowness due to normal peak usage periods. There is also no limit on the amount of data that can be transferred. Businesses that rely on providing online service to their customers (e-commerce, production houses) and which depend on uploading and downloading content, media entities that provide content to masses online, having dedicated bandwidth can eliminate problems such as a slow ordering, slow upload or download and video buffering leading to having satisfied customers.
|Re: Shared Internet Plans Vs Dedicated Internet Plans. by ib22003(m): 7:28am On Apr 29, 2020|
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