Bonded T1 & Full T1 Services

T1 Services: Scalable, Reliable Bandwidth for Your BusinessThe ability to adapt is key to running a competitive business, and it’s the foundation of BitCom’s flexible T1 service. With a BitCom Full T1 or Bonded T1 line, you can easily increase bandwidth as your business expands, all for an affordable price.

Add to your business, add to your bandwidth. BitCom offers T1 speeds up to 12 Mbps. All T1 services may be combined with BitCom Hosted Voice (Link our voice page) and SIP Trunking services.

T1 Line Options:

  • Full T1: 1.5 Mbps
  • Bonded T1: Speeds of 3, 4.5, 6, 7.5, 9, 10.5, and 12 Mbps

T1 Benefits:

  • Full-duplex transmission of data
  • Priority data routing
  • 100% throughput and 99.99% uptime SLA


Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) technology uses existing copper telephone wiring to deliver high-speed data services to businesses and homes. In its various forms – including ADSL, HDSL, IDSL, R-ADSL, SDSL, and VDSL – DSL offers users a choice of speeds ranging from 32 Kbps to, in laboratory settings, more than 50 Mbps. These digital services will ultimately be used to deliver bandwidth-intensive applications like video on demand and distance learning. More immediately, today DSL is for the first time putting high-speed Internet access within the reach of small and medium-size businesses.

DSL takes existing voice cables that connect customer premises to the phone company’s central office (CO) and turns them into a high-speed digital link. Over any given link, the maximum DSL speed is determined by the distance between the customer site and the CO.

At the customer premises, a DSL modem connects the phone line to either a standalone computer or a local-area network (LAN). This DSL equipment differs from other Internet access devices in two key respects: It requires no end-user configuration, and it is not a dial-up solution. Once installed, the DSL modem provides the customer site with continuous connection to the Internet.

Continuous Connection:
DSL users are always connected, so they get immediate Internet access. ISDN terminal adapters require 5-10 seconds to establish a connection, while dial-up modems can take nearly half a minute.

Flat Fee:
DSL subscribers pay a flat monthly fee for Internet access. There are no usage charges to worry about.

Dedicated Bandwidth:
DSL line speeds are constant and provide the same speed (hence the “Symmetric” moniker) in both directions. Unlike cable modems, DSL equipment is not accessing a shared infrastructure that throttles down individual connection speeds when traffic gets heavy.

Investment Protection:
DSL provides customers with a cost-effective upgrade path. Apache can upgrade your DSL Access Device remotely via software when you decide you need a higher access speed.

Easy Maintenance:
DSL connectivity is easy to maintain. Unlike ISDN devices, DSL modems don’t require any complex manual configuration – they are truly plug and play.

Comparison to Cable Services:
Cable services are generally a residential and individual solution only. Cable services utilize a shared line, introducing security risks and variable bandwidth throughput depending on line utilization. In comparison, New York City DSL uses a dedicated line and delivers guaranteed bandwidth 24 hours a day. Most importantly, New York City DSL supports multiple users, providing access for an entire Local Area Network, while cable services generally do not.

Internet Access

  • DSL
  • T-1
  • DS-3

Metro-Ethernet MIS

Broadband Circuits

  • DSL
  • T-1
  • DS-3

Metro-Ethernet Private Line