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December 19, 2018
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    Prices Reduced on T1 dedicated Intenet connections and bonded T1 lines for higher bandwidth. Call (888) 848-8749


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T1 vs DSL for Business Broadband
T1 lines set up as T1 Dedicated Internet connections give business users guaranteed bandwidth of 1.5 Mbps both upload and download, plus a SLA service level agreement to assure line reliability. DSL is a "best effort" Internet service that is offered without any service guarantee on a shared connection. Bandwidth varies depending on how heavily other businesses are using the connection.

Digital Signage Bandwidth Options
Digital signs, including large billboards, are easily and instantly updated with data downloads. T1 and fractional T1 lines or VSAT digital satellite connections are available even in rural areas.

Channelized T1 vs ISDN PRI
T1 lines can support two protocols of switched circuit telephony. Channelized T1 lines offer 24 phone lines using in-band signaling. ISDN PRI, or Primary Rate Interface, offers 23 phone lines and common channel signaling that can include data such as ANI Automatic Number Identification or Caller ID.

Fractional T1 Service as a Money Saver
Not all businesses need the full 1.5 Mbps of a T1 line, but want higher availability and the dedicated bandwidth offered by T-carrier digital service. In many cases, fractional T1 services offers a fraction of the bandwidth at a lowered monthly lease price. Fractional T3 service may also be available for bandwidth needs between 1.5 and 45 Mbps.

Advantages of Managed IP Services
Managed IP is a WAN or Wide Area Network service that is provided and managed by a competitive carrier that owns and operates its own IP network. A managed IP provider ensures that you have the bandwidth and connectivity you need, without having to manage the WAN yourself.


T1 Business Internet Service
T1 dedicated Internet for business offers consistent upload and download bandwidth along with high service reliability, even in rural areas. Upgrade from DSL or Cable broadband to give your business technology the stability it needs. Find out in seconds what network services and pricing are available now for your commercial (not residential) building anywhere in the U.S. Simply use this handy form...

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