If both links are from the same provider, just use 2 default routes to both links and you'll have load-sharing, to control your load-sharing technique, use CEF ("ip cef") and then you'll have 2 options, either to do the balancing per packet or per destination (if you can't use CEF, using fast switching will force you to do per-destination load-sharing).
I hope that i've been informative, please don't hesitate for further questions.
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