If you have bought a T3 end to end, with serial connections from both sides, you will not need SP QoS.
We have similar service - Structured E3s on one side, and partial structured E1s on others. Also we have unstructured E1s end-to-end. Provider just sends the signal through their MUX/DEMUXes. All the timing characteristics are governed by the standard and you cannot QoS them. The time when signal arrives is given by the clock.
If you have some other service, like MPLS, than you'd need QoS from SP.
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