Circuit Advisors

About Us

Circuit Advisors is partnered with 40 of the top commercial telecom providers in the US. We are able to assist you with all of your bandwidth inquiries for your business location. Circuit Advisors provides free, unbiased research on telecom pricing and availability on all bandwidth services. Our certified engineers can provide the information you need for all telecom services including Ethernet, MPLS networks, VoIP and bonded T1. Whether you are a business with one location or have multiple locations, we are happy to assist you. If you are ready to begin the process, please complete the short form on our home page. It is easy to use and there is no obligation.


Bandwidth Services

Long distance T1 is an excellent solution for companies which pay more than $500 per month for their long distance telephone service. $500 is provided as a break-even point because a long distance T1 circuit costs between $100 and $300 per month, depending on the location of your company. Businesses which can justify the monthly reoccurring charge of a long distance circuit, will experience significantly reduced per minute charges for their domestic long distance usage. For example, businesses which use switched long distance service commonly pay between three and six cents per minute for their outgoing out of state, and incoming out of state toll free (800#) calls. With a long distance t1 circuit however, these companies can reduce these costs to a penny a minute for outgoing out-of-state calls, and 1.2 cents per minute for incoming toll free lines. There is also significant savings for in-state long distance with a long distance T1, however, specifics cannot be provided in this article due varying tariffs on in-state long distance rates, which vary in each state. These tariffs only apply to in-state long distance calls. They do not apply to out of state calls.

Each long distance T1 provides 24 phone circuits. Each long distance T1 PRI provides 23 usable voice circuits. The limitation of long distance t1 is that it does not facilitate free local calling. If free local calls are needed, then local voice T1 might be a better option. If the majority of a company's calls are long distance, then integrated local and long distance T1 might be preferable, or a long distance T1 in conjunction with a few POTS (Plain old telephone service) lines.

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