Residential broadband refers to an internet service designed for home use. It provides high-speed internet access for various online activities such as web browsing, streaming video/music, online gaming, and more.
It is offered by ISPs as either a wired (DSL, cable, fiber optic) or wireless (via a router) connection. Residential broadband plans usually have a monthly data cap, although some ISPs offer unlimited data plans. The speed of the connection is measured in Mbps (Megabits per second) and determines how quickly data is transmitted to and from your device.
The prices of residential broadband plans vary based on the speed, data cap, and other factors. Some ISPs also offer bundle deals that combine broadband with other services such as TV or home phone services.