How to Get Fast Internet Speed
You have lots of options for getting fast Internet access, including options for mobile phones, PDAs, laptops and home computers. High-speed, digital Internet access could make your connection 100 times faster than analog access using a home dial-up connection, according to California State University at Fullerton.
Order a high-speed DSL connection. DSL, which stands for Digital Subscriber Line, offers fast Internet speeds over land telephone lines. Contact your phone company to order.
Order high-speed broadband Internet service through your local cable television provider. The cable companies offer fast Internet service as part of a bundle with other services, or it can be purchased as a stand-alone product.
Order high-speed Internet access delivered by satellite. Some companies offering satellite services also offer high-speed Internet using the same technology. Check with your favorite satellite television company to order.
Connect to a high-speed Internet connection, such as WiFi, using your laptop or desktop. Your laptop must be capable of connecting to WiFi, and you will need access to a free or paid WiFi signal. Examples include free access at libraries and some coffee shops or bookstores.
Subscribe to mobile broadband services. Contact a cell phone provider to order the service and a USB modem that will plug into your laptop. Once activated, the device will allow you to receive fast Internet access from your computer.
Use your telephone, PDA or similar device to tap into free or paid high-speed Internet access via WiFi.