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  Reply # 589659 3-Mar-2012 02:14
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Yes, its quite common for businesses to purchase half the amount of international compared to national transit, since you may require some national-only bandwidth. The national transit also carries the international traffic, so theres no point crowding out the international traffic every time you use some national data.




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  Reply # 593857 12-Mar-2012 07:53
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webwat: Yes, its quite common for businesses to purchase half the amount of international compared to national transit, since you may require some national-only bandwidth. The national transit also carries the international traffic, so theres no point crowding out the international traffic every time you use some national data.


Most business don't usually realise that most of their traffic is international though. 

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  Reply # 593979 12-Mar-2012 10:48
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webwat: Yes, its quite common for businesses to purchase half the amount of international compared to national transit, since you may require some national-only bandwidth. The national transit also carries the international traffic, so theres no point crowding out the international traffic every time you use some national data.


Most business don't usually realise that most of their traffic is international though. 


I'd say that's pretty inaccurate. Of most of the businesses I know the majority of their traffic is national. For us about 97% national 3% int. 





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