It's expensive for providers to physically install a leased line, so if you opt for a new 12 or 24 month contract, expect to pay a four figure sum for installation. It's common for 36 month deals to offer free installation. 48 and 60 month contracts are available but are usually offer a false economy.
We compare providers quotes to find the one best suited to delivering your underlying leased line, so we routinely deal with BT, Virgin Media, TalkTalk Business among other carriers. They are different. Each have their own strengths.
4G isn't just for your mobile. It can be used for fixed locations such as offices too. However, it has several drawbacks in comparison to fibre leased lines. Firstly, within buildings, the signal is often poor. Secondly, the maximum speeds are low.
G.Fast and Leased Lines have major differences. Firstly, G.Fast isn't widely available geographically relative to leased lines. Secondly, G.Fast's maximum speed is far more sensitive to your location. Thirdly, there's a big difference in cost.
Let's compare FTTP (fibre-to-the-premises) and Leased Lines to show you the main differences. In a nutshell, FTTP is less widely available than leased lines, its a contended service and there are fewer ISPs offering it.
Businesses thinking of upgrading their Internet connection may want to consider EFM and leased line connections. What's the difference? Broadly, the maximum speed, geographic availability, cost, and installation lead time.
There are huge differences between leased line and ADSL connections, including the cost, the maximum speeds - particularly the upload speed. We compare these two popular connection options so you can understand the relative pros and cons of each.