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Fred wrote:
> They seem to be rather stubborn on the 2Mbit upstream limitation. You do a 
> bit better with business class service, I think.

Yes, the entry level service is 20M/5M for $60/mo. So a bit better upstream.

> I do know of someone who managed to get a full symmetric T3 bandwidth
> through Fios, but he had to pull some strings at Verizon to do it.

As noted in my earlier posting, the "small business" hardware supports 
two T-1 connections, running ATM, so latency should be fairly well 
controlled on those, but whether Verizon will sell you data services 
over those connections is another matter.


Tom Metro
Venture Logic, Newton, MA, USA
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