Originally Posted by seeker
That is good to know, but it still sounds strange that I could dial a regular telephone number while DSL is operating at the same time. However, I'm not questioning it. Just guessing, I suppose that ToS is the baudrate of the DSL...yes?
ToS = Terms of service, basically a contract stating your freedoms and limitations on the service..
I wouldn't worry about the technology it's been around awhile, you should also keep in mind DSL can have a limited range, if you don't live usually <10k feet from your telephone's Central Office or a Remote Terminal you won't be able to receive the service. The company in question should be able to provide an availability check for you to determine if you meet the requirements.