Which Cisco router

I have been given pricing from Telstra for a BDSL Service which is quite expensive, eg $1000 -$4000 per month. It is described as "Telstra Business Broadband Ethernet" The speeds available to us in Regional Western Australia are 2MB through to 10Mb.

My question as I dont understand it properly, do you think we can continue tio use our existing Cisco 880 router or do we have to change our Router altogether for the new Business service if we decide to go with it.
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SouljaSenior Network EngineerCommented:
2-10Mb, you 880 router should be able to handle that no problem.
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NWCCSteveAuthor Commented:
Thanks Soulja

I will tell my Boss I dont think he needs to change his equipment.
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