50 Mbit/s Down- & Upload
- Subscription or pay-as-you-go
- Flat rate
- FRITZ!Box router: from 0 CHF
- Connection fee: from 0 CHF
DSL is one of the most widespread Internet technologies because it uses conventional telephone lines.
DSL fixed-line internet is therefore available almost everywhere at different internet speeds.
Unlike technologies that are vulnerable to weather conditions or long distances, DSL fixed-line internet is stable and reliable.
Because it is delivered over regular phone lines, most homes and businesses are already equipped with the necessary lines.
Whether for home or business, DSL stands for fast, reliable and cost-effective internet.
Depending on your needs, you need to choose the right and available bandwidth and find the most affordable provider.
Fibre optics is currently the fastest technology on the market. It is transmitted through fibre optic cables, so a dedicated fibre optic connection is necessary.
In the meantime, more and more buildings in Switzerland are equipped with fibre optic connections. However, since a new connection requires construction work, it will probably be a few years before everyone can benefit from it.
DSL, on the other hand, uses existing copper lines to transmit data. In most cases, a DSL connection is therefore available and perfectly adequate. The choice between fibre optics and DSL depends on your individual requirements and availability.
Today, a DSL connection is almost a matter of course and the basis for affordable and convenient internet surfing.
Especially in rural areas of Switzerland, where neither fibre optics nor cable connections are available, DSL is the best option.
Depending on the desired bandwidth and your needs, you can choose between affordable Internet subscriptions or pay-as-you-go tariffs without a commitment.
Whether at home or at work, our offers are second to none.
DSL is an abbreviation for "Digital Subscriber Line". DSL is Internet access via conventional telephone lines (copper cables).
Before DSL existed, copper lines were only used for telephony. Thanks to DSL, unused frequencies could be used for high data transmission rates and users could surf the internet long and fast for the first time.
The DSL Internet line is established completely by us remotely via the telephone line. If the NSN is available, no on-site service appointment is necessary.
After your online order, you will usually receive a WiFi router from us by post within 2-3 working days. Set up the router with the enclosed step-by-step instructions and your Internet is ready for use.
This depends on user behaviour and the number of people in your flat or holiday home. If you are alone, 50 Mbit/s is normally sufficient.
If three or four people use the internet, we recommend an internet speed of at least 100 Mbps.
Especially if the internet is used by several people at the same time, sufficient internet bandwidth is required.
To find out, use the availability checker on our site. This accesses a central Swiss database and is completely up-to-date.
Based on the address you enter, we show you on the website the internet tariffs available at your location.