Internet Dial-up and Dedicated Access
Toll-free Consortium offers Internet services through UniDial Internet Services. Technical support is provided by NTR.NET, the number one rated national Internet Service Provider in terms of customer satisfaction. The backbone is GRID.NET, one of only seven Internet backbone companies.
Here are the key features you will receive with UniDial Internet Services:
- Our backbone is DS-3 (28 times the bandwidth of a T-1)
- Our backbone is a Tier 1 company
- Asynchronous Transfer Mode for maximum packet transmission efficiency
- State-of-the-art equipment
- Our network is fully meshed and fully redundant through our 5 nodes in Atlanta, Dallas, Newark, Washington DC, and San Francisco and through the Internet's 8 "meet-me" points
- Frame relay technology
- Security built into the backbone, originally created to carry X.25 traffic such as credit card authorizations
- Local dial-ups in over 80 cities
- 800 number access to the Internet
There are two ways to sign up for dial-up access with UniDial Internet Services:
- Fully trained staff of professional technicians available 7 a.m. - 1 a.m. 7 days a week
- Network monitored 24 hours a day, 365 days a year by Information Systems Team and Network Operation Center
- If you would like the convenience of online signup and credit card billing, go directly to their secure web site and use the following Sales Agent ID number: UNIR37046.
- If you would like to be billed for the service (or have the billing combined with the UniDial long-distance service that you may already be using, call 877-466-8655 or 877-4-NO-TOLL to sign up for the service.
We can also provide a dedicated access line, either through a new digital service line or your existing T-1 line. For more information, call 877-466-8655 or 877-4-NO-TOLL.
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