Our leased lines offer a totally dedicated, unimpeded connection.
Speeds up to 10Gbps are available when you choose our leased lines.
No matter where you are in the UK, leased lines can improve your connectivity.
It runs directly from your nearest fibre connection (often a green cabinet) to your premises—providing the most dedicated and reliable form of broadband connectivity possible.
The diagram shows the difference between regular broadband and a leased line. As you can see, the main difference is that, with regular broadband, your connection is shared between your neighbours. However, with a leased line, your connection is totally dedicated—meaning you will not be affected by peak times and traffic spikes.
Your business could save time, money and frustration when you upgrade to a leased line.
Unleash your full potential with seriously fast internet speeds—no matter how much traffic is using your leased line.
Your upload and download speeds will the the same with your leased line, helping improve browsing and data transfer.
Optimise your budget by only paying for the speeds you need. With a leased line, you can choose the package that is right for you.
Because a leased line is completely dedicated connection, your business will not suffer slow-down during peak-times.
Our business leased lines have no geographic restrictions. Whatsoever.
We offer a managed leased line where we can remotely monitor and diagnose issues before they impact your business.
Our in-house, UK based support team are here to actively monitor and support your business leased line connection.
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Why not unify your communications and upgrade to VoIP, minimising line calls and making full use of your new leased line.
A leased line is a completely dedicated ethernet circuit, which makes it ideal for businesses that rely heavily on a reliable broadband connection.
From manages offices to data centres and hotels, a leased line handles maintains superfast broadband speeds with ease.
Why not use your lease line for your VoIP traffic too? With a cloud-based telephone system, your business can send all calls down your leased line.
This helps reduce your monthly spend by making better use of your broadband connection.
Managed offices often require higher bandwidth, and a broadband line capable of supporting high business usage.
A leased line can be 'partitioned', giving each office their own little slice of your leased line, while providing reliable and consistent broadband speeds.
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) allows you to connect satellite offices to a centralised server or HQ.
Ideal for larger businesses with multiple locations that need to establish a secure connection. Leased lines take the strain of a VPN with minimal impact.
Leased lines are the ideal solution for large businesses, enterprises and corporations. With 99.99% uptime and a huge amount of bandwidth, they allow hundreds of users to connect with ease.
Large businesses may opt for multiple leased lines, to help reduce load on one line and ensure their team are working efficiently with little to no latency.
With often hundreds of guests and thousands of devices on the network at any one time, hotel's rely on leased lines to provide their guests with a great online browsing experience.
With bandwidth sharing and dedicated guest WiFi networks for hotels, Bytes Digital can get your guests connected.
Almost every data centre has a leased line in place. Their 99.99% uptime and incredible reliability makes them ideal for these high use applications.
Often, data centres use a secondary and tertiary leased line as a backup, or as dual lines to split the incredible load that data centres produce.
Yes we can. Because a leased line is totally dedicated to your business, we can guarantee speeds to your business.
Yes you can change your leased line's speed. The beauty of a leased line is its flexibility. If you're finding that you need higher speed, we can just turn it up for you—its that simple. We often recommend that businesses start off with a lower speed than they think they'll need, then increase their speeds if they require it.
The cost of a leased line varies depending on the speeds you require and how far you are from the nearest fibre location. The initial installation cost of a leased line is often covered by the provider, which helps reduce the costs to your business.
If you move premises, you have to leave the leased line behind. However, installing a new leased line at your new premises might be a cost effective way of getting superfast and dedicated broadband to your business.