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Re: Tier Zero (was Re: Tier 2 - Lease?)
- From: Jon Lyons
- Date: Thu May 04 13:03:44 2006
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[email protected] wrote:
On Thu, May 04, 2006 at 11:25:35AM -0500, John Dupuy wrote:
> From an off-list discussion:
> Does anyone know of an ISP that has paid transit from all known SFP
> (Tier 1) providers? (sort of the old SAVVIS model on steroids.)
why would anyone do that?
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