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SubjectRe: ADSL vs Leased line (was: Re: openbkweb-0.0)
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> You'll concur that the lesser cost packages have usage limits
> though. (which was my intended point)

Yes.

> It's interesting though that multiplying your quoted £300/month 2Mbps
> connection up to an unlimited 10Mbps connection gives......£1500/month!
>
> My original argument stands. NOBODY is doing an uncontended, unlimited
> bandwidth service for 50 euros. :)

Nobody I know of, in the U.K. is doing that.

Note, though, that DSL is theoretically capable of about 8 Mbit, so I
don't see any reason why it would not be possible to have 1 Mbit,
burstable to 8 Mbit.

Also, note that with leased lines, you will typically need a different
type of circuit above 2 Mbit, so it's not just the cost of bandwidth.

John.
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