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xDSL Connections  Compare xDSL(IDSL, SDSL, ADSL, HDSL and RADSL) access providers. DSL speeds can operate or vary from 128Kbps to 1.5Mbps. Some ADSL download speeds can reach 9Mbps. DSL $14.95Select this Internet Service Provider for more information.
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Cable Internet Connections  Compare Cable Internet access service providers. Cable speeds can range from 10Mbps to 27Mbps but operate at 256Kbps to 3Mbps. Cable $19.95 Select this Internet Service Provider for more information.
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T1 Connections  Get a dedicated T1 (DS1 1.544Mbps) line for less than $500 per month choose from voice, data(Internet) or integrated (voice and data). Find T1 (DS1) Terms and T1 Articles. Copper $200Select this Internet Service Provider for more information.
T3 Connections  Get a dedicated T3 (DS3 45Mbps) line choose from voice, data(Internet) or integrated (voice and data). Find T3 (DS3) Terms and T3 Articles. Copper $900Select this Internet Service Provider for more information.
OC1 Connections  Get a dedicated OC1 (51.85Mbps) line choose from voice, data(Internet) or integrated (voice and data). Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) fiber optic systems. Find OC1 Terms and OC1 Articles. Fiber  Select this Internet Service Provider for more information.
OC3 Connections  Get a dedicated OC3 (155.52Mbps) line choose from voice, data(Internet) or integrated (voice and data). Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) fiber optic systems. Find OC3 Terms and OC3 Articles. Fiber  Select this Internet Service Provider for more information.
OC12 Connections  Get a dedicated OC12 (622.08Mbps) line choose from voice, data(Internet) or integrated (voice and data). Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) fiber optic systems. Find OC12 Terms and OC12 Articles. Fiber  Select this Internet Service Provider for more information.
OC48 Connections  Get a dedicated OC48 (2.488Gbps) line choose from voice, data(Internet) or integrated (voice and data). Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) fiber optic systems, greater speeds above OC48 are available. Find OC48 Terms and OC48 Articles. Fiber  Select this Internet Service Provider for more information.
Frame Relay Connections  Get a Frame Relay (56Mbps to 1.5Mbps) line. Find Frame Relay Terms and Frame Relay Articles. Copper $50Select this Internet Service Provider for more information.

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New Dial-Up Internet Installation for the Inexperienced
The installation of a Dial-Up Internet account is very easy to do. The first step should be researching and looking for the right Internet service or services that best apply to your situation. For instance you might look for services with no charge for hosting a small personal web-site or multiple email accounts to allow your family to correspond privately.

What hardware do I need to access the Internet for a Dial-Up connection?
The hardware needed to access a dial up Internet account is called a modem. What a modem essentially does is that it convert a digital signal into an analog signal that allows your data to traverse the telephone lines until the analog signal reaches its destination when the signal is converted back into a digital signal.

What is Cable Internet Service?
Cable Internet services can allow a cable Internet user to experience all that the Internet has to offer. Cable Internet is a high-speed always on Internet connection that permits Internet connections as fast or even faster than business T-1 service.

How fast is a residential broadband connection?
Residential broadband connections can offer Internet users the ability to download (receive) or upload (transmit) at rapid rates. When using a residential broadband service you can download at speeds of up to 27Mbps but typically it is around 1.5Mbps.

T-1s: Voice, Data, Integrated, and Fractional
What is a T-1?
T-1's provide businesses with access to the Internet, voice services, or a combination of the Internet and voice services. A T-1 consists of 24 individual channels and each channel has a data transmission rate of 64Kbps.


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