What is a Leased Line?
A Leased Line is a private, dedicated, fixed bandwidth symmetric data connection. Delivered over fibre they are used to connect a location (normally a business office) to another location. This could be your ISP who could then deliver you internet services over the Leased Line or it could be connecting multiple sites in to a private MPLS network to deliver other services. There are many scenarios for a Leased Line and Trunk Networks can advise you on all aspects of this service.
We have a live checker that checks multiple carriers for the best leased line prices. Put your postcode in to the live checker at the bottom of the page to see what services are available to your business. The leased line live checker will give you the cheapest price for the circuit you select. You will need to fill your contact details in and by doing so you accept that a member of the team may call you to offer further support and assistance with choosing your leased line. The live checker is checking multiple carriers so please be aware that the results can take up to 30 seconds to appear.
Dedicated for your use. The leased line is not shared with anyone else.
Leased Lines are Symmetric. This means the upload speeds are the same as the download speeds.
Leased Lines are typically delivered between 10Mb and 10Gb. Leased Lines are delivered over Fibre.
Unlike broadband, Leased Lines have very strict SLA's attached to them. In the event that your Leased Line should go down it will be brought back in to service as quickly as possible.
The cost of fibre continues to fall and we can deliver 100Mb Leased Lines from £250 per month (on a 3 year term).
We advise all our Leased Line customers to take a Trunk Networks Broadband as a failover option. Although Leased Lines are great and they come with strict SLA's they do go down, sometimes. If you take a Trunk Networks broadband with one of our Leased Lines we offer a 100% site up-time guarantee.
100% SLA backed uptime. Guaranteed.
Leased Lines come with a tight SLA and suppliers are contractually bound to get any leased line fault fixed as soon as possible. If the fault is a physical one, for example someone has accidentally chopped through the fibre, there is a good chance that your leased line could be down for many hours.
Trunk Networks can offer 100% uptime at any location that has a leased line. We do this by installing a backup FTTC or FTTP circuit. Should the leased line fail, you will automatically failover to the backup broadband. Please use the contact form at the bottom of the page to arrange a chat.
Use the Live Checker below to check the cheapest leased line available at your business.
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