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If you are still using a dial-up modem to access the Internet then this information is what you need! More and more people are getting rid of their slow and unreliable modems and switching to high speed broadband Internet alternatives. Almost 20% of all Americans were broadband Internet subscribers by the end of 2005 which is a 30% increase compared to the year before. You can subscribe to Sprint high speed internet today.

Compare Sprint high speed internet plans, prices, and sign up right online!

Sprint high speed internet Features

Whether it is broadband via cable or via digital subscriber line (DSL), it is a technology incomparable to out-of-date dial-up lines. Modern technological solutions bring not only superior performance, but greater convenience for the user with a lot of different Sprint high speed internet features:

  • Downloads and uploads, as well as page loading times are up to 50 times faster - high speed broadband Internet allows users to get the files or information they need from the Web instantly.
  • Unlike dial-up lines, DSL and cable access provides a connection that is always on - users are not required to dial any numbers.
  • With Sprint high speed Internet the phone line remains uninterrupted - one of the conveniences broadband DSL and cable Internet offers.
  • When download speeds are 50 times higher than with a dial-up modem, a single high speed broadband Internet connection can be shared by multiple computers - anyone in the family get go online.

If you are already asking yourself how you could sign up for Sprint high speed Internet simply fill out the Availability Form and Sprint will provide you with the answer!

1-800-327-8375
Your promo code is: Z4YB1S

Confused about all the new terminology?

high bitrate digital subscriber line II (HDSL II) - A descendant of HDSL which offers the same performance over a single phone line.

glossary of terms