DSL Broadband Providers
High Speed Business Class DSL - Wireless - Cable - Satellite Internet
Home based users and businesses and can now take advantage of symmetric DSL (SDSL) to better compete in today's Internet economy. Offering "always on," business-grade,
high-speed Internet access. Low T1 Rates .com's select DSL service providers are able to link multi-location business customers through our business-class DSL services or
through T1 and virtual private network (VPN) service offerings. (IDSL, ADSL and SDSL options)
Excellent services for small - and medium - sized businesses to realize more productivity and cost savings. Eliminates constant dialing and busy signals associated with dial-up
connections. Up to 50 times faster than dial-up* — speeds up to 1.5 Mbps. Most providers offer a "fail safe" roll over option. In the event your Integrated T
or Bonded T should loose a connection, an xDSL auto roll over feature kicks in as a back-up then rolls back.
3G Wireless or Satellite
Another option is 3G WiFi at your location, we can check to see if this option is available as well. The primary factor is good line of sight to the tower. 1.5 Mbps down and
768 k up. What is DSL?
DSL stands for Digital Subscriber Line. DSL is a technology that uses a standard copper two-wire pair (or line) to transmit high speed (high frequency) Internet connectivity to areas
that will support the service.
How fast is DSL?
DSL can obtain speeds as high as 1.5Mbps and above, but the speed your location can receive depends on your address, line quality and the distance to your local phone company's
central office (CO). A Central Office is the main switching station for the phone lines in your area. It is the office where the ILEC (your local telephone company) connects the
phone circuits, and makes the routes between local and long distance.
If you would like to compare the lowest cost DSL prices, enter your information to view high speed DSL rates in "real time". If you are a returning customer,
"Track Your DSL Order Status". Not exactly sure of the type of DSL service your business needs? See DSL Terms