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Are internet failures affecting your company and costing you money?

If so, a dedicated leased line option could be very beneficial to you.

Imagine a world where you can run multiple cloud applications, share files and host video calls without any delay, every single time.

A leased line gives you exclusive access to unbreakable internet, making your online woes a thing of the past.

We can identify the best solution for your company, thanks to our expertise and established ties with all major leased line suppliers.

What is a leased line?

A leased line, also known as a dedicated internet connection, provides your business with a direct link between the local fibre exchange and your premises.

Unlike standard broadband, you don’t share your leased line with other nearby internet users - guaranteeing you a high speed connection at all times.

With symmetrical upload and download speeds, enhanced security, and dedicated support, your business will never suffer from an outage again.

Is a leased line right for your business?

Any business that requires a strong and consistent internet connection would benefit from a leased line.

In this day and age, what sort of business wouldn’t?

Even though leased line plans are generally more expensive, you should consider getting one if the monthly cost is less than the cost of lost revenue brought on by an internet outage.’

Benefits of choosing a leased line:

  • - Symmetrical upload and download speeds
  • - Reliable and dedicated bandwidth
  • - 24/7 customer support
  • - Enhanced security
  • - Flexibility
  • - Specialist help finding the right deal and installation advice from our team
If your business uploads data, hosts a website, uses a VPN, or allows remote employees to access the office server, you need symmetrical upload and download speeds. With a leased line, you can connect to speeds of up to 1GB.
With a leased line, you don’t have to compete for bandwidth, as your team are the only people using your connection. You won’t see performance drop during peak times, like you would with standard broadband.
A leased. line deal comes with a service level agreement (SLA) from your supplier, which will guarantee you receive dedicated support in the event of any downtime. Your connection will also be monitored 24/7 to ensure constant performance.
Leased line deals can be scaled up or down to suit your business needs as you grow and adapt. It’s also easier to connect remote employees or multiple sites to your server using a leased line.
As your connection is used solely by your business, you can rest assured that your data is private and safe.
and installation advice from our team. Leased lines are significantly more affordable than they used to be, especially if you know where to look. Most business broadband suppliers now offer a leased line deal. We can help you identify the right plan for your business.
Unlike traditional business broadband, you’re not sharing your bandwidth with any other local users.This guarantees a strong, reliable and uncontended connection across your entire business premises, and consequently tends to cost more than your typical broadband deal.
You can enjoy a superior and high-speed internet connection across your whole premises, which includes symmetrical upload and download speeds. Leased lines also typically offer lower latency than traditional broadband, allowing you to carry out Cloud-based activities (like video calling) with no delays.
One of the key selling points of having a leased line is scalability. Speeds can easily be increased and it is highly compatible with other tools or equipment, such as VoIP. Our team will help you decide which bundle you could benefit from.
The installation process can take anywhere between 30 days to 90 days, depending on your existing network and premises. Engineers may need to dig up the nearby road in order to build a fibre circuit from the local exchange directly to your building.

No scalability. Businesses need a fast internet deal that grows with them and allows flexibility.

Downtime is costly. Any internet outages can cost a company thousands in lost hours, poor productivity and missed sales opportunities.

No scalability. Businesses need a fast internet deal that grows with them and allows flexibility.

Downtime is costly. Any internet outages can cost a company thousands in lost hours, poor productivity and missed sales opportunities.

Limited bandwidth. If the nature of your work is heavily internet-reliant, you need a quality Wi-Fi plan or else you could face delays.

Long installation process. This puts businesses off getting a leased line installed - unless the supplier is clear from get go about what the process entails.

Poor customer support. Not having fast or efficient responses from your supplier could lengthen delays even more.

Security concerns. Leased line deals come with a highly secure and up-to-date router, as well as an overall stronger connection that keeps your data and finances safe in your premises.