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A leased line aka dedicated line is normally used for business class connections such as T1 and Frac T1.  It means that you are the only one on that line from the Local box to your computer.  this is unlike Cable or DSL where you share bandwidth with other users... With a dedicated line you have a set bandwidth, 1500kbps in T1s case, that you can use however you please.  There are no restriction and the ISP normally has a Uptime and Quality of Service Guarantee.

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A leased line aka dedicated line is normally used for business class connections such as T1 and Frac T1.  It means that you are the only one on that line from the Local box to your computer.  this is unlike Cable or DSL where you share bandwidth with other users... With a dedicated line you have a set bandwidth, 1500Kbps in T1s case, that you can use however you please.  There are no restriction and the ISP normally has a Uptime and Quality of Service Guarantee.

i'm going to take 64Kbps dedicated line.

Can anyone tell that how fast it will be & whether it is best for online video or mp3 songs?

Regards,

SB

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i'm going to take 64Kbps dedicated line.

Can anyone tell that how fast it will be & whether it is best for online video or mp3 songs?

Regards,

SB

it will be 64kbps, or 8kb/s that will not be good at all for online video or streaming MP3's

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There is really, at this point in time, to get a dedicated line for personal use.  The huge ISPs can offer 8.5x what you can get from your telco.  If you want to host something, with a dedicated IP, you might want to look into a business class line from you cable company.  Most of those lines carry some type of TOS that applies to the speed you can get on the line. 

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