Can we bound two DSL lines together to obtain aggregated bandwidth?

We just installed one more DSL designated for wireless traffic. But at the same time, we are wondering if we can bond our two DSL lines together to reach a aggregated bandwidth?
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Mike SmithEnterprise VoIP & ISP BrokerCommented:
You can't truly aggregate two different ISP's for public Internet traffic.  You can buy appliances like fatpipe to do it on a WAN.  

There are, however, certain hosted VoIP and cloud computing providers that provide bandwidth aggregation devices for the traffic you are sending directly to them, over the public Internet (i.e. somewhat of a WAN connection between them and you).

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Dennis JohnsonIT technicianCommented:
A simple solution is load balancing, but that would require either a dedicated machine (server or pc) to act as a load-balancing-router, or a load balancing broadband router device, like this.
This article may help clarify some things about load balancing using a router device.
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