Comparison of Leased Line Costs By Contract Length - How 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 year Contracts Differ
Leased Line Contract Length Comparison
Let's imagine that 10 Downing Street wants a 100Mbps leased line, on a 100Mbps bearer circuit. How would different contract lengths affect the price, at the time we last updated the pricing below (June 2020).
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As the prices of new leased lines tend to fall over time, it's not usually worth getting a 4 or 5 year contract. Three-year contracts are the norm.
We wouldn't generally recommend people sign a contract that's 12 months long, as the leased line installation charges are usually quite steep. If you sign one lasting 36 months, you may often pay no installation charge at all, provided that the site survey doesn't come back with nasty surprises that merit excess construction charges (ECCs).
Click on the button below to get a quote for a leased line based on a 3-year contract.. For any other contract lengths, call us on 020 7847 4510.