Without question the most popular type of connection we supply to small businesses is a Fibre Ethernet connection.
A fibre ethernet leased line is a dedicated fibre connection which runs from a customer’s premises to the core network. As it’s uncontended (i.e. nobody else shares the connection) it’s a highly secure and resilient option that’s great for businesses that need to maintain an ‘always on’ connection.
Many small businesses who are working towards a budget opt for a GEA service which is often referred to a EoFTTC connection or (ethernet over fibre to the cabinet).
Prices start from as little as £115 per month and are ideal for small to medium sized business for browsing, email, VoIP and other less intensive applications.
We compare all of the major Leased Line suppliers meaning you do not have to.
We have exclusive and sometimes ridiculously cheap deals in place with the majority of UK suppliers meaning we should always be able to get you a large saving and in some cases this can be up to 50% of what you would have been quoted directly.
Bandwidth can be increased to meet changing customer needs without limit during a contract term but can only be decreased once. However, if bandwidth is decreased, your customer will still be billed for the higher bandwidth rate until the contract expires.
There are a number of factors that can impact the time it takes to implement a leased line so while we indicate that it will take on average 60 working days, in reality this will depend on the outcome of any site surveys we conduct and whether any works are needed that will require the input of outside agencies, such as local councils or landlords.
The good news is that as we manage the provisioning process ourselves. Your dedicated account manager along side our provisioning team will be able to keep you updated on the progress of the order makes its way through the process up until connection.
A dedicated & managed point-to-point connection between 2 buildings, perfect for multi-location businesses.
A low cost connection with symmetrical speeds of up to 19Mbps used over existing fibre or copper cable.
Speeds of up to 1 Gbp/s and a 5:1 contention ratio and up to 50% more cost effective than a Leased Line.