UTP Wiring . Cat-5 Segment Micro Warehouse 7 ft for $8.99 (1) 7 ft for $5.99 (2) Milestek $.19 per foot $.30 per connector $1.74 for 6 ft (1) 6 ft for $3.59 (2) Black Box 6 ft for $8.95 (1,2). UTP Wiring Cont. (2). Cat-5 Spool Micro Warehouse 1000 ft for $149.99 (1)
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$69.95 512 Kbps Upstream 3096 Kbps Downstream
$49.95 256 Kbps Upstream 2048 Kbps Downstream
$39.95 128 Kbps Upstream 1024 Kbps Downstream
$29.95 128 Kbps Upstream 384 Kbps Downstream
The modem rental is $3.95 per month with a contract and $9.95 per month without a contract and is connected usually with a NIC card.
The business rates are different but I was not able to get a quote because it is based on the actual business address.
In Nashville it is available through Comcast. It is $44.95 per month, which includes modem rental for 128 Kbps upstream and 1.5 Mbps downstream. Without the modem rental it is $39.95 per month. A modem can be purchased for $100 at the kiosk outside of Dillards at Cool Springs Galleria. The cost for hookup is $49.95 and is done using a NIC card.
Download speeds are 1.5 mb maximum. Upload speeds are 256 kb maximum.
There are two choices. It can be interfaced through the USB port or it can be interfaced through a NIC.
T1 and T3 service is provided to Clarksville through AT&T. The main differences between T1 & T3 are access speed and cost. T1 has a maximum speed of 1.5 megabits/sec and cost of $1190/month. T3 has a maximum speed of 44.7 megabits/sec and a cost of $2100/month. AT&T has a node for T1 access located 34 miles from Clarksville. We are at the outer limit 34 miles for access.
AT&T would install a router at your home or place of buisness to access the T1 line. Your network would connect to the router. AT&T would provide a technician for installation of the router. The PC’s would need ethernet card or USB port. They normally charge a $1000 activation fee which would be waivered at this time. T1 and T3 are primarily used by buisnesses because of the need for fast access and the cost involved, although AT&T said they had installed some T1 access in private homes.