Internet: The network of computers, servers and other devices that are connected to each other.
World Wide Web: The collection of web pages that are accessible on the internet.
Broadband: The technology system you use to connect to the internet. Broadband internet allows data transmissions to be transported back and forth between your home and the wider world. And because the bandwidth used is wide, broadband allows multiple signals at once, making it quicker than a non-Broadband connection. Broadband includes several high-speed transmission technologies such as Digital Subscriber Line (DSL), Cable Modem, Fiber, Wireless, Satellite and Broadband over Powerlines (BPL).
Wi-Fi: The wireless connection to the internet that’s shared by all devices in a household or other setting. In your home, Wi-Fi allows your devices to remain connected to your router, which means that the internet is ready and waiting whenever you want to use it.
FTTP: Fiber to the premises (FTTP) refers to equipment used in fiber access deployments where fibers extend all the way to the end-user premises, and the equipment is designed and optimized for use in residential applications.
HTTPS: Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) is a protocol that secures communication and data transfer between a user's web browser and a website. HTTPS is the secure version of HTTP. The protocol protects users against eavesdroppers and man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks. When visiting a website that requires login credentials or involved financial transactions it is important that the website uses HTTPs.