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Leased Line Cost Calculator

There are 5 main factors that are used to calculate the cost behind a Leased Line quote.

  • Leased Line Cost Calculator Variable 1: Bearer

    The size of your bearer 'pipe'

  • Leased Line Cost Calculator  Variable 2: Speed

    The speed you need

  • Leased Line Cost Calculator  Variable 3: Distance from Exchange

    How far you are away from the exchange

  • Leased Line Cost Calculator  Variable 4: Installation

    Installation costs

  • Leased Line Cost Variable 5: Contract Length

    What Contract length you choose

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Leased Lines costs fall

Leased Lines costs fall

The benefits of leased lines are now within reach of more SMEs than ever before, following Telecoms regulator Ofcom’s decision to impose new price controls on BT, the UK’s largest provider of wholesale leased line services.

Firms that fail to correctly assess future bandwidth requirements and choose to stay with cheap, lower grade broadband can quickly find themselves faced with a slower, less reliable service. If left unchecked, their long term productivity could be impaired.

Higher bandwidth solutions such as leased lines can meet a wide range of performance needs, helping businesses to future proof their network, so they comfortably cope with the demands of increased data traffic. Following a fall in their price, leased lines are now more affordable than ever.

Why are Leased Lines popular

Why are Leased Lines popular

The popularity of the leased lines continues to increase, as recognition of the link between strong connectivity and the performance of mission critical applications, and the demand for cloud & hosted unified communication (UC) services grows.

Leased lines offers a business, a direct, uncontended and dedicated ‘always on’ connection, that provides some of the best performance and reliability around. Having sole use of the leased line circuit also provides the assurance that no other organisation can access their critical data. Subsequently, for applications that require maximum round-the-clock service uptime and security such as CCTV or banking systems, leased line connectivity is a must have.

Leased lines are ideal for multi-site businesses looking to connect offices, as they don’t have to share their service with other companies. This ensures that they always have the bandwidth available to meet their operational and performance needs. With symmetrical upload and download speeds of up to 10GB, leased line connectivity also provides the performance needed to run the latest cloud and UC technologies, in areas including VOIP and video conferencing.

Leased Lines for remote workers

Leased Lines for remote workers

Following its cost reduction, leased lines are becoming an increasingly attractive option for businesses in remote areas struggling with patchy or non-existent coverage, as a result of the Government’s slow roll-out of rural broadband services.

By providing a direct, uncontended and dedicated ‘always on’ connection, leased lines offer some of the best performance and reliability.

With their symmetrical upload and download speeds of up to 10GB, leased lines are perfect for remote businesses wanted to run MPLS or Managed IP VPN networks to connect to other sites that they may have. Leased lines also enable businesses to adopt cloud and unified communications technologies, which will help them to boost efficiencies and further reduce costs.

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