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How much is a T1?

How much is a T1 from verizon? anyone know? Any other companies out there offer them?

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Are you expecting a huge amount of throughput or something? A frac t1 should suffice for almost any personal / small business application.
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Are you expecting a huge amount of throughput or something? A frac t1 should suffice for almost any personal / small business application.

I'm looking for alot of upload speed. Plus, i'm trying to figure out if i want to continue paying 1800 a year for my dedicated server, when i could build one, and host it and enjoy the benefits of having a T1 in my house.

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ah, gotcha. how much bandwidth do you see per month? what kind of actual upstream speeds are you looking for?
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Just put a colo box up with a say colo4dallas, have 100mb connection and only pay $50 a month. Or you could be a moron and do it your way.

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ah, gotcha. how much bandwidth do you see per month? what kind of actual upstream speeds are you looking for?
Well not much bandwidth now... but if you check out the site... www.ureside.com you could see the potential. I really have no idea what type of upstreams speed, i would imagine, somewhere around 5-15mb. I dont want it to lag at all.

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Just put a colo box up with a say colo4dallas, have 100mb connection and only pay $50 a month. Or you could be a moron and do it your way.
I have a server up at CIhost. I'm just thinking outloud... i think. lol.

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Listen to Cruzle.
I do when it comes to this stuff... maybe one day i'll be as knowledgeable.

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A full T1 to your house is pretty expensive as alot of times, you pay not just for the t1 but on top of that, you will also still have to pay for the internet service. Ever thought of a sdsl line? Much cheaper than a t1, but same bandwidth over your existing dsl line.

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You can get a full T1 for 500 or so a month. Maybe 400 if you shopped around.

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You can get a full T1 for 500 or so a month. Maybe 400 if you shopped around.

Thanks... i think colo would be best option or maybe i'll just leave it where its at, not that bad of deal.

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It will cost you anywhere from 400-600. Plus you will have to pay for an install which isn't cheap unless you can get it waved by signing a contract. I am in phone business and can send you some websites to go and find the cheapest rates. Let me know if you need them.
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an internet t1 from a tier 1 provider with local loop is probably 1000-1500 and depending on length on contract setup could be 0-1500 and then if they dont include a router then your looking at another 1500-2000 for a 26XX router and then need some sort of firewall.

I'd stick with the colo personally like others have stated.

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an internet t1 from a tier 1 provider with local loop is probably 1000-1500 and depending on length on contract setup could be 0-1500 and then if they dont include a router then your looking at another 1500-2000 for a 26XX router and then need some sort of firewall.

I'd stick with the colo personally like others have stated.

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Hmm... i wonder if my investor would go for this?!?!

....ehhhh probably not.

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You should move somewhere where you can get Verizon Fios, You can get a 15meg down/2meg up for 99$ a month w/5 Static IP's.

Or go ahead and get the full buisness package for 200$ and you will get a full 5meg up/down w/static IP's


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You should move somewhere where you can get Verizon Fios, You can get a 15meg down/2meg up for 99$ a month w/5 Static IP's.

Or go ahead and get the full buisness package for 200$ and you will get a full 5meg up/down w/static IP's
Well i just bought a house, infact, i close on it april 4th, and Verizon's website wouldn't find the address in their search, so many not. That was my original idea though.

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Well i just bought a house, infact, i close on it april 4th, and Verizon's website wouldn't find the address in their search, so many not. That was my original idea though.
I just bought a house in Fort Worth, it was actually Keller but was annexed. Verizon couldn't find it in their system(I tried on the internet and called). damn shame because.... pricing is as follows
Up to 5 Mbps/2 Mbps$34.95 - $39.95
Up to 15 Mbps/2 Mbps$44.95 - $49.95
Up to 30 Mbps/5 Mbps$179.95 - $199.95

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