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DSL availability and speed are dependent on line quality. The biggest factor in line quality is the distance you are from the phone company's CO, or central office. It is actually the length of the wire that will connect your location with the CO - it isn't the shortest or longest driving distance or the distance as a crow flies. Until you know the true distance, you can't tell what speed, if any, you will be able to get with DSL.
The difficulty is figuring this out beforehand. I have had three sources report three different distances to the same location, ranging from a very good 6,000' to a marginal 12,000' plus. That's the difference between getting decent speeds and not getting service at all from some providers.
I have access to some pretty accurate databases, but the only true method is for the phone company technician to test (or qualify) the line.

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