Difference between fibre optic and ADSL.

Optical fibre is an advanced technology that offers faster browsing speeds and a more stable connection than ADSL. Fibre is composed of glass or plastic wires that are responsible for sending light signals, while ADSL is composed of copper wires. Optical fibre allows you to enjoy multimedia content such as videos or high-definition television with maximum quality.

Axartel has a fibre optic deployment network, specifically FTTH (Fiber To The Home), a type of network that accesses directly to your home without losing speed. Another advantage is that fibre to the home technology is immune to electromagnetic interference because these fibre cables carry photons of light instead of electrical currents.