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TMCNet:  T1 Rates, a Subsidiary of Sandler Partners, Launches New Website

[November 30, 2012]

T1 Rates, a Subsidiary of Sandler Partners, Launches New Website

Manhattan Beach, Ca, Nov 30, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- T1 Rates, a subsidiary of Sandler Partners, launched a new website today that makes it easier to find the cheapest T1 cable on the Internet. By establishing partnership with more T1 cable providers than its competitors; more than 50 stateside, from AT&T to XO Communications; Sandler Partners is confident enough to offer its customers a "lowest price guarantee," promising to match any price from any competitor.

The new website will make that service even more accessible. Visitors might choose right away to call a T1 rate professional at (855) 395-0550 with questions about their unique situations. Or they can choose to enter some general information and press a button to get a call and quote from someone at Sandler Partners.

Sandler Partners, based in Manhattan Beach, California, has worked with an array of national franchises, including Pizza Hut, McDonald's, Allstate Insurance, Radisson Hotels and a long list of others across the nation.

The reason all these companies are using T1 cable for phone service, according to company literature, is that fiber optic, cable and DSL are geared toward the residential, consumer market; whereas, T1 is geared toward businesses of the 21st century needing wide-randing bandwidth and reliable, uninterrupted phone and Web service.

The digital signals running through T1 cable are lacking distortion, background noise and other disturbances inherent in older analog models. The technology has become much more cost-effective too, the company says. Costly converters that once were needed for T1 cabling leaving a subscriber's structure are now easily affordable, making the service more accessible to more consumers.

The company also points out how digital lines like T1 are superior to others in facilitating Voice Over Internet Protocol telephone service, offering far higher quality calls and modern features than old-fashioned landline service.

Those new to the subject of T1 can also get educated at the new website about whether they'd be a candidate for a T1 conversion, how much it would cost and how little time a conversion would take. A Frequently Asked Questions section answers many of customers' most common queries.

To know more about this, visit the website at t1rates.com/providers Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/T1-rates/launches-website/prweb10183593.htm PRWeb.com

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