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AT&T IPFlex Internet Speeds

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I have many clients that sign up for the all in one package that covers their IP phones and includes a T1 internet connection.  This comes from AT&T and is often referred to as IPFlex.  Am I right in assuming that this is the classic T1, with the classic, terrible T1 speeds (terrible by today's standards).  They test out at around 1.5 Mbps up and 1.5 Mbps down.  I am just having a hard time believing that this is still offered as an office internet solution.  Can anyone shed more light on this?  An AT&T employee?  Installer?
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It absolutely is still offered, and you're correct in that it uses T1 to deliver these services. I am neither an employee or installer, but feel free to verify the facts with ATT themselves.
If you think about it, it's quite a novel way for ATT (and whoever the last-mile provider is) to continue to rake in money for these legacy circuits.
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