First, in about 5 weeks they will come out to try to set it up. They will find that they have no signal. They won't know what to do, so they will call a troubleshooter.
Second, the troubleshooter will respond within 2 weeks. You know there are not very many of these guys and they are VERY busy. He will come out and tell you that he thinks you are OK but you may be over 17k from the switch. But first, you have a bridge tap. You can not have a bridge tap within 1000 feet of your location or it will not work.
Third, within 1 week another telco guy will come out and tell you the bridge tap is within 220 feet of your office. No problem. He will take care of it. You never see him again.
Fourth, 2 weeks later you call SBC to see what is the status. They tell you... yes they have all of the notes as to what has happen and what was your question? They promise to have someone call you with 3 days to discuss YOUR problem.
But, oh by the way, you are over the 17k limit and you will need a line conditioner placed on your line at a cost of $900. When would you like this installed?
They can invest $20 bil, but it will not help if they don't figure out how to service the customer.