Monday, September 27, 2010

A Few Reasons to Pay More Money For a T1 Line Connection

When searching for High Speed Internet connectivity businesses will have a wide range of choices. One of the choices that they will have will be going with a T1 line, and while this might cost a little more than your average Internet connection, it will certainly provide you with a great number of different benefits.
A T1 line is also known as a dedicated line. It is a direct connection between you and your service providers data centre and as such you are the only one using that particular connection. This will mean that you will not have a neighbour also using the Internet connection at the same time, and therefore you will not have to share with anyone else.
DSL and cable connections are shared connections, and therefore unlike the dedicated connections those who use these types will need to share them with all and sundry. While this is usually okay for home use it is certainly not exactly the best choice to make when it comes to your business requirements, and you will want to make sure that the Internet connection is as quick and uncluttered as possible.
Another great reason for getting a T1 line is simply down to the reliability that it will supply you with. DSL and cable are consumer companies and therefore they will always do their best in order to make sure that they restore every single Internet connection that goes down for as many people as they can. Again, this is fine when you are at home, but you will not want to have the same level of priority for your Internet use as your grandma down the road when it comes to your business.
T1 service providers will, on the other hand, only have business clients. They will fully understand what any downtime can do to any business and what sort of negative effect it can have upon it. As such, you are the number one priority and everything will be done in order to make sure that your connection is as reliable as possible at all times.
It is for these specific reasons that it is certainly a good idea to pay a little bit extra for your T1 line.
The author is a business consultant for Internet T1 Line Circuits.

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