How does wireless differ from DSL?
Wireless is much faster, more widely available in rural areas and is less expensive. DSL is limited to the copper plant in use by the Telco. Wireless speeds range from 256 kbps up to 1100 kbps. When and if DSL does arrive, it will not be deployed outside the zones that are close-in to the Telco hub (18,000 foot limitation from the central office). Wireless will go anywhere a relay point can be created.