mclark at phyber.com
Wed Dec 11 00:24:21 EST 2013
And if you are a CLEC you have the ability to install your hub circuits and
aggregation gear inside of the serving wire center.
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On Tue, Dec 10, 2013 at 8:06 PM, Alex Balashov <abalashov at evaristesys.com>wrote:
> A lot of them have an aggregated transport facility (e.g. a DS3) from the
> ILEC that they pay as a fairly large fixed cost, so T1s to customer
> locations are "tail circuits" (distinct T1s on one end, and cross-connected
> and muxed onto your T3 on the other) with a lower incremental cost. Actual
> cost depends on mileage factors and any interoffice mileage, but can be as
> low as $100-$150.
> If a lot of your competitors are CLECs, the answer is more obvious.
> On 12/10/2013 11:01 PM, David Wessell wrote:
> This may fall under the stupid question category.. But where do you find
>> reasonably priced transport for your PRI’s?
>> We’re a hosted Voip vendor so we typically have just ran over whatever
>> ISP’s bandwidth we could find.
>> However more and more we’re asked to supply a PRI or SIP trunk to a
>> customers location. I see other large providers in our area providing
>> this service, and I assume that they must be getting a wholesale price
>> from the ILEC (In our case ATT) on the transport.. But I’ve never made
>> any headway with them.
>> How are these other companies providing PRI + bandwidth for $300-$450
>> per month? Is there a way to secure cheaper transport?
>> Ringfree Communications
>> David Wessell
>> 828-575-0030 x101
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>> VoiceOps at voiceops.org
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