Greetings. AT&T is offering us a very good deal on high-speed business fiber. Their sales rep e-mailed me the following:
"Now when you do have a conversation with your building manager, please assure him that the fiber that AT&T will be installing is the non-regulated fiber that is used similar to AT&T's Uverse service. Highlight the fact that it is the "non-regulated" fiber circuit."
Can someone shed some light on what the difference between a "regulated" and "non-regulated" fiber circuit is ? I have no idea. The rep said something about "regulated" fiber going through a building riser company and that the other tenant in the building also had a non-regulated installation. They are on the 2nd and 3rd floors. We are on the 4th. Is it just installed differently ? Safer ?
The service is symmetric fiber with a 4-hour SLA. and a small pool of static IPs. I presume it's business-class service.