How much should international IP VPN service cost?

12 Aug 2009

IP Virtual Private Networks (IP VPN), private lines (IPL), and dedicated internet access (DIA) have become crucial components of corporate wide area networks (WANs) and of telecommunications companies’ product portfolios. However, WAN prices vary dramatically by service provider, by class of service, by location, and by technology. For example, in Q1 2009 the monthly price of a best efforts E-3 (34 Mbps) IP VPN port in Buenos Aires ranged from USD5,800 to USD27,000. The price of an E-3 port with premium class of service was even greater, ranging from USD6,350 to USD35,650.

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