Normal frame relay usually goes up to around the 2Mbps mark for the access. The standard Cisco serial WIC's top out at 2Mbps as well.
You can have a guaranteed rate (CIR) of anything under that. Probably usually in 16kbps increments.
Depending on how many sites you have - a lot of company's are going for IP WAN style solutions. This way you can have 1 network with different access pipes to each office. Frame relay, DSL, Ethernet. Much more flexible approach.
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