The microwave surface impedance of the proposed negative-U induced superconductor T1(1.4%) PbTe has been measured for a number of single crystals at several frequencies from 4.5 to 15.2 GHz in both the zero-field and mixed superconducting states. For crystals with the best-quality surfaces, R-s and X-s at low temperatures showed no significant power-law T dependence. From the low-temperature values of Xs, we extracted lambda(0) = 1.9 +/- 0.2 mu m, in good agreement with rigid- band model predictions. A coherence peak was observed in sigma(1) below T-c consistent with BCS predictions. However, the observed temperature dependence of the superfluid fraction [lambda(0)/lambda(T)](2) fitted BCS predictions best if a somewhat larger value of lambda(0) = 2.7 mu m was assumed, which may be associated with remanent surface defects in even our best sample. In addition to investigating the field dependence of the microwave properties in the mixed state, a B-c3 transition region was observed. The absence of a significant power-law temperature dependence at low temperatures in our best sample and the observation of a B-c3 transition are strongly suggestive of conventional s-wave superconductivity.