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JammerML

@50.102.2.x

Need Prices Metro-E or Fiber.

I need to get pricing for Metro-E or Fiber for the following address:

1804 E. 10th St.
Jeffersonville, IN 47130

Would like to see several different speed tiers, and options for redundancy.


CommQuotes
Premium
join:2012-02-01
New York, NY

Hi Jammer, thanks for posting - and happy to help. We are partnered with over 100 National, Regional and Wholesale providers across the US and abroad. We'll definitely want to investigate dedicated ethernet, but also Microwave/Fixed Wireless for true redundancy, failover & Disaster Recovery standpoint. And since we work with almost every provider, we can always find a good fit.

Quick question - is there any need for for voice voice options as well (VoIP/Hosted etc.)? Usually it's best to bundle DIA and Voice for maximum savings.

Let me know the best way to reach you with price quotes and if our engineers require any additional information. You can PM me here, email me at phils@commquotes.com or request assistance on our website: www.commquotes.com. I will quickly follow up with you.

Thanks for the opportunity - looking forward to working with you.


BandwidthNow

join:2006-03-22
reply to JammerML

Here are some budgetary quotes:

10 x 10 Mbps = $827.00
20 x 20 Mbps = $927.00
50 x 50 Mbps = $1,222.00
100 x 100 Mbps = $1,712.00

Please contact me directly to find out more:

1(877)520-1924
info@realtimet1search.com
»www.realtimet1search.com


BandwidthNow

join:2006-03-22
reply to JammerML

Potential options for redundancy via coax:

35 x 5 Mbps = $299.00
50 x 5 Mbps = $349.00



solveforce
solveforce
Premium
join:2007-03-08
Yorba Linda, CA
Reviews:
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reply to JammerML

If you're still in the market for these locations for Metro Ethernet and Fiber Internet service you can contact us at -> »www.metroethernetbroadband.com or by giving us a call toll free at (888) 765-8301 and speak with one of our telecom experts.
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