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Leased Line Compare We are one of the UK’s top Leased Line providers. What sets us apart is our access to massive wholesale Leased Line purchasing power – we are directly positioned to offer the best Leased Line pricing to small, medium and large enterprises. We offer you instant online quotes within 30 seconds on the best leased line pricing. We conduct a complete market analysis and comparison of all top UK leased line suppliers, to find you the very best possible price and service, according to your location and business needs. All leased lines are fully managed and supported by Leased Line compare based on a standard 24/7/365 support basis. At Leased Line Compare, we invest a great deal of time and energy looking into a variety of dedicated internet access availability from all UK providers – getting you the best possible Ethernet deal at your place of work. How exactly can you benefit from our products and why should you choose us? We pass these savings over to you, saving you thousands of pounds over the term. Not only do you get access to the best price leased line products within just a few seconds, but our accessibility to all UK carriers at the wholesale level means you save lots of money over the term as our pricing is significantly cheaper than buying directly from the network. Who We Are What We Do Why Choose Us? Why Use a Leased Line Anyway? As businesses grow, your need for dedicated internet increases due to rising demands on your internet connection beyond what standard broadband can offer. Leased lines are currently the most secure way to communicate online today. VoIP applications like Skype and other online meeting software can run exceptionally well on Leased Lines, improving your office communication and overall productivity. Leased lines have dedicated 24/7 backend support as we continuously monitor the network to keep intrusions, attacks and general failures at bay. Quick fix times, traffic redirection failover options and dedicated Service Level Agreements around the clock means you have an “always-on” connection. A leased line is your very own private internet connection. Zero sharing means maximum bandwidth on your sent and received data packets, massively boosting business productivity. As new technologies emerge, you may want to adapt and capitalise on those. Leased lines give you the dedicated internet speed required to adopt emerging technologies rapidly, while giving you the ability to host the newest online applications and software. With cloud technologies being the future, the demand for better internet speed will only increase As your business grows, you may wish to scale up your internet connections as well – leased lines allow you to do just that as they are delivered over a high-capacity carrier-grade backbone network that can easily be scaled up. Below are some pros and cons of chosing between a leased line or standard business broadband. Leased lines and Business broadband Understanding the difference between Leased lines are a symmetric and fixed-bandwidth fibre circuit, a dedicated connection that goes directly from premises to the chosen carrier. Private traffic means maximum speed, safety and security. A Business Broadband network, on the other hand, usually connects the end user to a BT telephone exchange through a standard copper telephone line, which then connects to the internet on a shared bandwidth basis. Giving variable speeds depending on the local usage in your area. Leased lines provide 99.99% always-on, internet. 24/7, all year round monitoring and support. Ultra-low latency guaranteed (under 10ms on average) from your business site to the dedicated data centre. QoS (quality of service) integration allows for prioritisation of Service such as a Voice. Dedicated WAN connections allow for speeds up to 1Gig, if required. However, upon user request, 10Gig connections can also be had. You always get the maximum speed available and there is no fluctuation in the internet speed. Leased lines can support a vast number of users, and facilitate a non-stop and highly reliable connection, no matter how many users are online. A leased line is a dedicated fibre connection. It gives you fixed bandwidth identical upload and download speeds and is not subject to contention with other users. You get the maximum bandwidth available and it is the most reliable internet connection you can buy in the world. Standard Broadband is not a dedicated connection. It is subject to variable bandwidth, is asymmetric, meaning faster for downloads than for uploads, and subject to contention with other users as it is a shared product so speeds will vary. This is most suited to home users and very small businesses who are not heavily reliant on the internet, Standard ADSL2+ Broadband is usually good for up to 2-5 users at a time, supporting low-level usage of onsite, online or site-to-site applications. A standard ADSL2+ broadband connection typically offers an average contended/variable download speed of 8Mbps with an average upload speed of less than 1Mbps. Some businesses can get standard fibre broadband (FFTC) which is also a contented/variable speed product and not suitable for growing businesses. On the other hand, business broadband has no availability guarantee. There’s no service agreement. Latency can often be as high as 50ms. No QoS integration At the end of the day, the only underlying difference you really need to know is Leased lines Standard Business broadband Ordering with us is made simple in nine easy steps: How the Order Process Works An initial site survey is conducted to establish the circuit route within your business premises. A Wayleave (legal document that approves the proposed installation work) may be required and it is determined if your order can be delivered within cost without any ECCs (excess construction charges). We will acknowledge that your leased line circuit is now ready to go live. Billing of the leased line commences. Your router is shipped to you, well ahead of the “going live” date. The designated carrier will physically conduct a check on the route established. Work commences on the external part of the route. We’ll ask you to provide site access so that the final on site works can be completed before implementation and testing can be done before your leased line can be brought live. You are given confirmation the site survey results and whether there are ECCs to be considered; in this case, we will wait for your acceptance before proceeding further. It typically takes up to 10 business days for your order to be verified and accepted by the carrier. Within the next 24 hours, your order is placed with the cheapest carrier; We acknowledge your signed contract within 24 hours of receiving it. 1 3 2 4 5 7 6 8 9 Leased Lines for the win!

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  • Leased LineCompare

    We are one of the UK’s top Leased Line

    providers. What sets us apart is our access to

    massive wholesale Leased Line purchasing

    power – we are directly positioned to o�er the

    best Leased Line pricing to small, medium and

    large enterprises.

    We o�er you instant online quotes within 30 seconds

    on the best leased line pricing. We conduct a

    complete market analysis and comparison of all top

    UK leased line suppliers, to �nd you the very best

    possible price and service, according to your location

    and business needs.

    All leased lines are fully managed and

    supported by Leased Line compare based

    on a standard 24/7/365 support basis.

    At Leased Line Compare, we invest a great deal

    of time and energy looking into a variety of

    dedicated internet access availability from all UK

    providers – getting you the best possible Ethernet

    deal at your place of work.

    How exactly can you bene�t from our

    products and why should you choose us?

    We pass these savings over to you,

    saving you thousands of pounds over

    the term.

    Not only do you get access to the best price

    leased line products within just a few seconds,

    but our accessibility to all UK carriers at the

    wholesale level means you save lots of money

    over the term as our pricing is signi�cantly

    cheaper than buying directly from the network.

    Who We Are

    What We Do

    Why Choose Us?

    Why Use a Leased Line Anyway?

    As businesses grow, your need for

    dedicated internet increases due to

    rising demands on your internet

    connection beyond what standard

    broadband can o�er.

    Leased lines are currently the most secure

    way to communicate online today.

    VoIP applications like Skype and other online

    meeting software can run exceptionally well on

    Leased Lines, improving your o�ce

    communication and overall productivity.

    Leased lines have dedicated 24/7 backend support

    as we continuously monitor the network to keep

    intrusions, attacks and general failures at bay.

    Quick �x times, tra�c redirection failover options

    and dedicated Service Level Agreements

    around the clock means you have an

    “always-on” connection.

    A leased line is your very own private internet

    connection. Zero sharing means maximum bandwidth

    on your sent and received data packets, massively

    boosting business productivity.

    As new technologies emerge, you may want to

    adapt and capitalise on those. Leased lines give

    you the dedicated internet speed required to

    adopt emerging technologies rapidly, while

    giving you the ability to host the newest online

    applications and software. With cloud

    technologies being the future, the demand for

    better internet speed will only increase

    As your business grows, you may wish to scale up your internet

    connections as well – leased lines allow you to do just that as they

    are delivered over a high-capacity carrier-grade backbone network

    that can easily be scaled up.

    Below are some pros and cons of chosing between a leased line or standard business broadband.

    Leased lines and Business broadband

    Understanding the di�erence between

    Leased lines are a symmetric and

    �xed-bandwidth �bre circuit, a

    dedicated connection that goes

    directly from premises to the chosen

    carrier. Private tra�c means

    maximum speed, safety and security.

    A Business Broadband network, on

    the other hand, usually connects the

    end user to a BT telephone exchange

    through a standard copper telephone

    line, which then connects to the

    internet on a shared bandwidth basis.

    Giving variable speeds depending on

    the local usage in your area.

    Leased lines provide 99.99%

    always-on, internet. 24/7, all year

    round monitoring and support.

    Ultra-low latency guaranteed

    (under 10ms on average) from your

    business site to the dedicated data

    centre. QoS (quality of service)

    integration allows for prioritisation of

    Service such as a Voice.

    Dedicated WAN connections allow for

    speeds up to 1Gig, if required.

    However, upon user request, 10Gig

    connections can also be had. You

    always get the maximum speed

    available and there is no fluctuation in

    the internet speed.

    Leased lines can support a vast

    number of users, and facilitate a

    non-stop and highly reliable

    connection, no matter how many

    users are online.

    A leased line is a dedicated fibre

    connection. It gives you fixed

    bandwidth identical upload and

    download speeds and is not subject

    to contention with other users. You

    get the maximum bandwidth

    available and it is the most reliable

    internet connection you can buy in

    the world.

    Standard Broadband is not a dedicated

    connection. It is subject to variable

    bandwidth, is asymmetric, meaning

    faster for downloads than for uploads,

    and subject to contention with other

    users as it is a shared product so

    speeds will vary. This is most suited to

    home users and very small businesses

    who are not heavily reliant on the

    internet,

    Standard ADSL2+ Broadband is

    usually good for up to 2-5 users at a

    time, supporting low-level usage of

    onsite, online or site-to-site

    applications.

    A standard ADSL2+ broadband

    connection typically offers an average

    contended/variable download speed of

    8Mbps with an average upload speed

    of less than 1Mbps. Some businesses

    can get standard fibre broadband

    (FFTC) which is also a

    contented/variable speed product and

    not suitable for growing businesses.

    On the other hand, business

    broadband has no availability

    guarantee. There’s no service

    agreement. Latency can often be as

    high as 50ms. No QoS integration

    At the end of the day, the only underlying di�erence you really need to know is

    Leased lines StandardBusiness

    broadband

    Ordering with us is made simple in nine easy steps:

    How the Order Process Works

    An initial site survey is conducted to establish the circuit route

    within your business premises. A Wayleave (legal document

    that approves the proposed installation work) may be required

    and it is determined if your order can be delivered within cost

    without any ECCs (excess construction charges).

    We will acknowledge that your leased line circuit

    is now ready to go live. Billing of the leased line

    commences.

    Your router is shipped to you, well

    ahead of the “going live” date.

    The designated carrier will physically conduct

    a check on the route established. Work

    commences on the external part of the route.

    We’ll ask you to provide site access so that the final on

    site works can be completed before implementation and

    testing can be done before your leased line can be

    brought live.

    You are given confirmation the site survey results

    and whether there are ECCs to be considered; in this

    case, we will wait for your acceptance before

    proceeding further.

    It typically takes up to 10 business days for your order to be verified and accepted by the carrier.

    Within the next 24 hours, your order is placed with the cheapest carrier;

    We acknowledge your signed contract within 24 hours of receiving it.

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