This would have been the perfect solution, except that our customer is in a
location where they have to make long distance calls to us to get connected
to the internet.
The only solution I see is for them to get a leased line connection to us.
The lowest speed for a leased line connection I know is 64 Kbps, but they
don't need this much bandwidth while they're starting up their operations.
That's why I'm asking if there is a lower leased line speed.
- Danny Sinang
From: Richard Davey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wednesday, July 29, 1998 11:15 PM
Subject: RE: Are there leased lines slower than 64 Kbps ?
>> You can use a modem leased line with 28.8
>That is a good point. I've only heard of them referred to as "dedicated"
>lines, not leased. I think that gives the wrong impression. But yes, you
>get a dedicated line from your telecoms company that is always in use for