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MR0624

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How much is a T-1 line?

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I have no idea, but i think motorola sells them. I think they would be very expensive though.
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hey dude hows it going u must have a pocker full of$$$$$, a t-1 will cost between, 500-750 per month and depending on who installed ir perhaps extra for running the fiber optis to your house, if your really rich why not try a t-3 its about 7500 a month. later :tazz: keep fighting the good fight
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Is a E1 or a Ethernet connection any cheaper? If so how much cheaper?
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Ethernet connection is much cheaper :tazz: You can run DSL modem or cable, depending on your area either or could be a bit faster but all in all its a good choice either way...some companies such as SBC are running these deals for only 19.99 a month- Good Luck ;)
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Thanks. I have SBC DSL right now but it's slow on my computer...
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