T1 Line Internet Service Provider

T1 Line Internet Service Provider
T1 Line Internet Service Provider

We offer T1 line Internet service provider connections to business customers. Even though
T1 lines are in a big decline, there are situations where they are the best or only choice for
dedicated connections in areas with copper lines that still work. That being said, the most
popular type of T1 line replacement is an Ethernet line over cable or dedicated fiber.

We directly represent the top Ethernet providers and are not reselling services. There are no
fees to obtain a quote
and you will receive a better value by working with us than if you were
to call any carrier directly. We also work for you after the line is installed to make sure you
always receive the best service for the life of the connection.

Please click below to request a quote for:
T1 Line Internet Service

Please feel comfortable calling us at 800-400-2246 for a free
we welcome your call and promise a great value.

T1 lines are a great value with outstanding performance. The low latency, low packet loss and
low jitter make them perfect for applications that need a quick response that cable and DSL can
not deliver because they are shared connections. T1 lines are used in situations where a totally
dedicated and highly reliable connection is needed for mission critical applications.

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Below is some useful information that will help you understand what T1 connections are all about:
The designation T-1 stands for Trunk Level One, it is a digital transmission link with a total speed of 1.544 Mbps Bits per Second (Mbps). A T-1 connection rate is comprised of two parts, the local loop charge, which is the phone circuit that connects your location to the closest phone company central office and the bandwidth access port charge.

A T1 provides 1.5 MB of bandwidth. The local loop cost is usually more than half the total charge. T-1 circuits are usually used by business customers, the cost is too high for residential users, unless it is a home based business that needs a solid upstream connection. The best choice is a  DSL or cable connection for residential locations. If you need to host a web site for a residential location, then collocation or shared hosting is usually a better value.

The variable that will help you get a lower monthly rate is location. If your location is closer to the POP, the rate will be closer to $250 or $450 per month. If you are from 5 to 25 miles from the POP, the rate will be closer to $500 per month. If you are further than 25 miles from the POP, the rate will range from $750 to as much as $1,500 per month.

If you you are looking for higher bandwidths than the standard 1.5 Mb, then bonded T-1s are the next step up before you have to resort to a T3 connection or dedicated Ethernet. Bonded T-1s come in multiples of 1.5 Mb, like 3 Mb, 4.5 Mb, 6 Mb, 7.5 Mb, 9 Mb, etc. The limit for most providers is usually 12 bonded T-1s for a total of 18 Mb. Bonded connections are a good choice if you do not expect to need more than 18 Mb 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.

The next big improvement in DIA connections is Dedicated Ethernet. Since the local loop cost is much lower, this will eventually become the major type of connection for high bandwidth delivery. Bandwidth for Ethernet connections range from 3 MB to 10 GB. Metro areas will be the first to have this option as it is rolled out across the county.