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A law student Laura, 25, a resident of Des Moines, spends more than 20 hours on the Internet per week. After she ditched her dialup connection and signed up for high speed DSL Internet services, her Internet experience has changed instantaneously. Laura is already experiencing a whole host of practical web internet benefits. Every morning she checks her email and reads hottest news stories from Desmoines.com and Des Moines Register online not having to dial any numbers.

As a student Laura saves a great deal of time sending her assignments to the university via Internet. She does not need to go to the university to check out on exam results, lecture updates, and schedule changes. With high speed DSL internet the information Laura seeks is within a click of a mouse. As a student leader she's involved in various campus activities. She can find all new projects and agendas posted online.

While working on term papers search engines, Wikipedia, online dictionaries and thesauruses are very helpful, she says.

Another great thing she enjoys is doing grocery shopping online. Besides shopping she pays her bills and does banking transactions online too.

For entertainment, she surfs sites of her interests, downloads movies and mp3 music. Also, instant messaging enables her to chat to dozens of her overseas friends via voice and video conversations.

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Confused about all the new terminology?

G.dmt - A kind of asymmetric DSL technology, based on DMT modulation, that offers up to 8 megabits per second downstream bandwidth, 1.544 Megabits per second upstream bandwidth. "G.dmt" is actually a nickname for the standard officially known as ITU-T Recommendation G.992.1. (See International Telecommunications Union.)

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