Last week, BellSouth was the latest local exchange carrier to offer a lower-cost DSL service. But there are deals to be had by all of the LECs if you\u2019re shopping around for a DSL provider.BellSouth launched its DSL Lite service last week, which offers users transmission speeds of 128K bit\/sec upstream and 256K bit\/sec downstream for $35 per month.But the carrier is offering additional money-savers to entice users, including free installation and a free modem, which adds up to about a $200 savings. If you sign up for the service online, BellSouth will also credit you $50.The LEC is offering the same deal on its full-fledged DSL offer called FastAccess, which supports transmission speeds of 256K bit\/sec upstream and 1.5M bit\/sec downstream at $45 per month.SBC, which recently lowered its DSL service rates, is also offering customers further incentives.The service provider\u2019s SBC Yahoo DSL service, with transmission speeds of 128K bit\/sec upstream and 356K bit\/sec downstream, costs users $30 per month when they sign a one-year deal. SBC reduced its rates just last month:https:\/\/www.nwfusion.com\/edge\/news\/2003\/0606sbcdsl.htmlSBC is also offering new SBC Yahoo DSL customers the choice of a $100 credit for a DSL modem or a $100 rebate toward a home networking kit that costs $150. The service includes a self-installation kit at no additional cost.Check out the Internet Services newsletter later this week to see what deals Verizon and Qwest are offering new DSL subscribers.