There are many different carriers that offer bonded T1 services at different pricing and circuit speeds. Please beware that pricing is based on service address and phone number, so please use real information to get accurate results. Almost any tier 1 provider offers bonded t1 service IF they have service in your area: AT&T, CenturyLink, MegaPath, cBeyond, Level 3 and XO just to name a few.

So how do you know which provider to choose? This can be a daunting task, because price alone isn't everything. That is why we have carrier services specialists available. After you generate your bonded T1 quote request, you can choose to get in touch with several different bandwidth experts because you want to make an informed decision.

What is a bonded T1?

A bonded T1 line is several T1 lines bonded together into a single big pipe connecting to the internet. A single T1 line has an upload and download speed of 1.55 Mbps, a bonded t1 has the upload and download speed multiple of that of a T1 line. So a 3x bonded T1 has a speed of 4.5 Mbps. The most common bonded T-1 speeds are 3 Mbps, 4.5 Mbps, 6 Mbps, 7.5Mpbs, and 9Mbps - and these are symmetrical speeds - meaning the upload speed is as high as the download speed.

Businesses choose a bonded T1 over a DSL line when connectivity is of essence for business continuity. A bonded T1 is not shared, has a guaranteed speed, and comes with a SLA (Service Level Agreement). These SLAs differ per provider, and cover things like uptime, mean time to repair, latency etc.

What are the speeds?

Bonded T1 (NxT1) speeds

  • 2xT1 3Mbps
  • 3xT1 4.5Mbps
  • 4xT1 6Mbps
  • 5xT1 7.5Mbps
  • 6xT1 9Mbps
  • 7xT1 10.5Mbps
  • 8xT1 12Mbps

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