Now you’ve decided to make the switch to a fibre broadband connection, what things can you do that you may not have been able to before?
1. Download HD movies
High definition (or HD), is an all new level of visual quality when it comes to movies. If you’ve been stuck with a DSL connection, downloading a 720p, 1080p or higher quality movie file was impossible. Once you go for a fibre connection, you can enjoy movies in rich visual glory. What used to be 2 days worth of downloads to acquire a 15GB movie file can now take you less than an hour on fibre.
2. Stream anything
Endless buffering and the spinning circle of death is one of the most annoying things online. If you’re tired of buffering, go for fibre for continuous and uninterrupted streaming. Fast broadband allows you to stream HD and non-HD files with ease. If you are watching a live football game or TV show on the web, a fibre broadband should keep you well-connected.
3. Play online interactive games
Online interactive games are best enjoyed when there are no latency issues. Latency refers to the time it takes for data to travel from acomputer to the exchange and back again. While latency issues and 5-second delays are not entirely bad, they can be a problem for serious gamers. Once you switch to fibre you at the advantage of having a smooth and uninterrupted gaming experience.
4. Take advantage of clouding computing
Your internal hard drive might not be enough to store all your files for backup purposes. Even if you buy an external drive to save more of your files, chances are you are double thinking it since the price can be quite expensive. However, once you go for a fibre connection, you can take advantage of cloud computing.
For successful storage of your files in the ‘cloud’, you need a steady and uninterrupted real-time communication network. Now, you won’t have to worry about your computer crashing down on you because of the mounds of files that you are keeping. Whether you go for a public, private, hybrid or a community cloud service, you can backup your entire computer with ease using a fibre broadband connection.
5. Stay in touch constantly
Social networking, sending emails, video conferencing and live chatting have all become habits in our daily lives. By having a steady and constant internet connection, we’re able to stay in touch with friends, loved ones and the world.