Since March, Qwest has been expanding their DSL into remote terminal boxes.
Qwest installs these remote terminals in areas that previously could not get
DSL. You can see a picture of one of these boxes on the main page at
www.prolynx.com. A typical remote terminal will service a subdivision with
about 350 homes. So far this year, Qwest has installed more than 300 of
these remote terminals just in the Denver (303/720 area code) area. If one
of these remote terminals is located in your area, you could get Qwest DSL
service with a speed of 640k up and 272k down, or higher. Keep in mind that
the DSL equipment is located inside these remote terminals, making the
remote terminal your maximum distance point, not your main Central Office.
Speeds offered from these remote terminal are the "Deluxe" (640/272), the
"Deluxe Pro" (640/272 with SLA), the "640 Pro" (640/640) and the "1M." For
price, speed and customer service, Qwest DSL, with an independent ISP
instead of Qwest.net, is the best way to go.
Try giving one of the "Qwest Authorized ISP's" a call to see if you qualify.