Exascale is a leading Provider, offering 100% SLA backed Business Internet Access with multiple backup options and for total peace of mind.

Leased Lines are essential for businesses looking for high-speed, symmetrical, always-on, SLA backed business internet access.

Why use a Leased Line?

A leased line is a preferred choice for businesses seeking a reliable and high-performance network infrastructure. Unlike shared internet connections, leased lines provide dedicated, symmetrical bandwidth with consistent upload and download speeds. This ensures optimal performance for critical applications, including data transfers, real-time video conferencing, and other bandwidth-intensive tasks. The private and secure nature of leased lines enhances data protection, making them suitable for transmitting sensitive information. The reliability, low latency, and scalability of leased lines make them invaluable for businesses with stringent connectivity requirements. Additionally, service providers often offer Service Level Agreements (SLAs) that guarantee performance and uptime, further assuring businesses of the reliability of their communication network. Overall, leased lines are an essential solution for organizations prioritizing stability, security, and high-speed, dedicated connectivity to support their day-to-day operations and facilitate seamless collaboration across locations.

Leased Line Costs

The leased line costs varies based on factors such as location, bandwidth requirements, and service provider. In general, leased lines are considered a premium and more expensive option compared to traditional broadband connections. The expenses include installation costs, bandwidth fees, and any additional services or features such as redundancy, high service level agreements (SLAs), and quality of service (QoS) guarantees. The geographic distance between connected locations, the duration of the contract, and the competitive landscape in the area also influence pricing. While the upfront costs may be higher, many businesses opt for leased lines due to the dedicated, reliable, and high-performance connectivity they provide, crucial for mission-critical applications and operations. Obtaining quotes from different providers and carefully assessing specific business needs is essential for making an informed decision on the investment in a leased line.

Leased Line Providers

Exascale use Openreach from our network to your business premises and where we don’t have presence in your local area, we compare the very best leased line costs from Exascale, Vodafone, Neos Networks, Sky or TalkTalk to you connect our UK national network.

Leased Line Speed

The speed is determined by the chosen bandwidth, which is the maximum data transfer rate between two points connected by the line. Leased lines offer symmetrical speeds, meaning the upload and download speeds are the same. Speeds can range from lower capacities, such as 100Mb, to much higher capacities like 1Gb, 10 Gbps or more, depending on the business requirements. Unlike standard broadband connections where speeds may vary due to shared infrastructure, leased lines provide a dedicated and consistent data rate, ensuring reliable and predictable performance. This makes leased lines ideal for businesses that demand high-speed, low-latency connectivity for activities such as data transfers, video conferencing, and other bandwidth-intensive applications crucial to their operations. The flexibility to scale the bandwidth up or down according to evolving needs further enhances the appeal for businesses seeking a reliable and high-performance network solution.

Can I get a Leased Line?

Even though we’re based in Telford in the Shropshire, we’re a provider to surrounding cities and towns such as Cannock, Walsall, Wednesbury, Sandwell, Dudley, Sutton Coldfield, Telford, Stafford, Stoke-on-Trent, Birmingham, Derby, Cheltenham, Gloucester and Bristol through to large metropolitan areas such as London, Edinburgh and Manchester. We’re a national provider.