Originally Posted by httpEasy
I'm also not quite sure what you are after, but you'll need deep pockets before any provider starts talking to you seriously about such an idea.
Indeed you will need BGP level routers and probably some sort of Colocation. Good luck with this as BGP routers to run the lines/connection through will be in the $XX,XXX.00 to $xxx,xxx.00 range as far as cost. You will also need to probably know router configuration, security/firewall configuration and proper knowledge to manage this. You will need to find providers and make some sort of contractual agreement.
Optionally if you plan to run it to a business location then you will need fiber lines ran to your place of occupation and you will still need the things I mentioned. Also, Arin or Ripe allocations to route your traffic to your customers. Arin requires at least 2 /22s I believe, but don't quote me as we have applied and are in the accepting process with justification.
I don't recommend this for anyone not at the Datacenter level already. Too much to manage and you may as well be a Datacenter to get into this or at least be providing massive Colocation to turn a profit after expenses.