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DSL or a T1 Line

By andrenym00378 ·
A client of mine asked me: Currently, the guy has low cost DSL and it does wonders for him. He's moving to a location with no viable?DSL or lower end products. The jump in price is hard for a t1 line. I have heard of wireless 3g cellular internet. Does anyone know anything about it?

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by .Martin. In reply to DSL or a T1 Line

rather expensive, and in most cases slow.

may end up being cheaper to get T1

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Some experience here

by NickNielsen In reply to usually

-Verizon has coverage almost everywhere.
-Sprint has coverage almost everywhere.

-Sprint doesn't. I usually get a 153.6kbps connection. I've heard they provide 3.1 Mbps.
-Verizon isn't much better. The best I ever saw was 476 kbps.

Minimum cost for each is $69.95/month for unlimited access.

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usually we flag a post a spam,

by CharlieSpencer In reply to DSL or a T1 Line

especially when the poster only shows up every few months with a brief post that always includes an generic link back to a business.

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by .Martin. In reply to usually we flag a post a ...

it is someone who only turns to us when he has a problem?

and his link to a business, maybe he just wants a second opinion about a job.

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Internet access using wireless 3G, bonding

by mushroom_mover In reply to DSL or a T1 Line


There are several products out there, e.g. EVDO / WiFi routers. A single modem may not be fast or reliable enough though. To increase speed and reliability you can combine many modems together:
You could also combine cable or DSL, but it sounds like your client doesn't have that available there....

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