T1 Line Price Quotes for Business

T1 Line Price Quotes for Business

We provide T1 line price quotes for business customers who desire competitive rates
from the top national providers. We
will help you save time and money locating the right
dedicated connection. We deliver multiple rates from the top providers with one simple
request from you.
We will also help you locate integrated voice and data connections,
in addition to MPLS and Ethernet services.
Please click below for:
T1 Line Price Quotes for Business

You can also call us at 800-400-2246 for a free, no obligation

consultation, we welcome your call and value your time.

There is no cost for our quotation services and we will save you
time and money locating the right connection for your location.

T3 Internet|Service|Connection|Internet|High Speed|Fractional|Dedicated

T-1 service is a high speed connection that is almost always used for business. The bandwidth is
1.54 Mbps in both directions and that symmetrical bandwidth is what sets them apart from DSL or
Cable services. The upstream speed is the same as the downstream, where the upstream on DSL
or Cable connections are almost always much lower than the downstream.

T-1s are the most
reliable dedicated Internet connections that are available in most areas of the US,
are used where a highly reliable connection is required. The most popular reasons to have a
dedicated T-1 connection is for VOIP,
streaming video or large data file transfers.

The best way to get the lowest rate from a reliable carrier is to find one who has a point of presence
(POP) near your location, thats what we do. The phone circuit between your location and the POP is
known as the local loop and that is the part of the connection that the "T" in T-1 stands for. On average,
the local loop represents 70% to 80% of the monthly cost. If you happen to be far from a
POP city the
cost will be higher than the national average of $298 to $469 per month. 98% of our
 customers have
 paid between $298 and $469 per month for a full 1.54 Mbps connection.

You can get a dedicated connection almost anywhere in the US and the cost will get lower the
closer you are to a major city, sometimes referred to as NFL cities. We offer quotations for customers
nationally and below is a list of cities that we have seen especially low rates in: New York, Los Angeles,
Chicago, Washington DC, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Boston, Detroit, Dallas, Ft. Worth, Houston,
Atlanta, Miami, Seattle, Phoenix, Minneapolis, Cleveland, San Diego, St. Louis, Denver, Tampa, Pittsburgh,
Portland, Cincinnati, Sacramento, Kansas City, Milwaukee, Orlando, Indianapolis, San Antonio, Norfolk,
Las Vegas, Columbus, Charlotte, New Orleans, Salt Lake City, Greensboro, Austin, Nashville, Providence,
Raleigh, Hartford, Buffalo, Memphis, West Palm Beach, Jacksonville, Rochester, Oklahoma City.

The newest type of connection that is being rolled out nationally are Dedicated Ethernet connections. The
bandwidth ranges from 1 MB to 1 GB. At this time, most metro areas will have Ethernet available, with
other areas coming up as time goes by. Ethernet service has the benefit of being able to use the existing
copper wires without the need for fiber. Most high bandwidth connections of 100 MB and higher use fiber.

If you need higher bandwidth than the standard 1.5 Mbps and Ethernet is not available, then bonded T-1s
are the next step up, before
you need a T3 connection. Bonded T-1s are available in multiples of 1.5 Mbps,
like 3.0 Mbps, 4.5 Mbps,
6.0 Mbps, 7.5 Mbps, 9.0 Mbps, etc. The limit is usually 12 bonded T-1s for a total
of 18 Mbps. Bonded
connections are a good choice if you do not expect to go over 18 Mbps of total
bandwidth and if the local
loop distance is high. In most cases, you will still save money on a bonded
connection over a T3 connection, but an Ethernet connection is the best value if you can get it.

Hopefully the information above will help you understand what dedicated T-1s are all about. Please feel
comfortable calling us for a free consultation. We are always glad to speak with business customers
who need help locating the right connection.

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