Ethernet Leased Line

Your own private connection

connectAssure™ Ethernet leased lines provide you with your very own uncontended, private connection that can carry enormous amounts of data and be tailored to your needs.

Our leased lines come with a market leading Service Level Agreement and improved security and privacy over other connectivity solutions so you can be confident in receiving excellent service.

Fixed Ethernet Leased Line

A fully symmetrical uncontended service with speeds ranging from 10Mbps to 1000Mbps offering greater security and privacy than other connections, backed with a service level agreement (SLA).

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  • Work more efficiently with a faster connection
  • Peace of mind with a private, dedicated connection
  • Increased security / encryption available
  • High uptime providing 99.95% availability 
  • Transfer high volumes of data with unmetered usage


  • Speeds from 10Mb to 1000Mb 
  • Unmetered Internet usage
  • SLA-based agreement
  • UK based technical support
  • 5-hour fault fix time

ethernet leased line

starting at £249 per month

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  • Setup fee FREE*
  • Availability 99.95%
  • Installation 30-60 days
  • Fix time 5 hours
  • Contention Fully Uncontended
  • Max speed (upload/download) 1000Mb

wireless leased line

starting at £199 per month

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  • Setup fee FREE*
  • Availability 99.95%
  • Installation 5-15 days
  • Fix time 5 hours
  • Contention Dedicated or Contended
  • Max speed (upload/download) 1000Mbps

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  • What is a Leased Line?
  • Who needs it
  • How it works
  • What speeds are available?
  • How reliable is it?
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What is a Leased Line?

Whereas other connections are shared between businesses and then shared again between employees, further decreasing the bandwidth, a leased line is uncontended, which means it guarantees a consistent speed that stays the same at all times.

Other than high bandwidth, leased lines also offer better security and privacy over other connectivity solutions because they are used exclusively by the company who owns them.

Who needs a Leased Line?

  • Businesses requiring fast and symmetric access to the Internet
  • Businesses requiring reliableuncontended internet access across several sites and multiple users
  • Businesses needing the ability to adjust their bandwidth during busy times
  • Businesses that need consistent, uninterrupted internet access with quick support should they need it

How do Leased Lines work?

Leased line diagram

Leased Lines run over fibre optic technology, which is the most sophisticated medium for transferring data. Fibre optics use light pulses to transport data down fibre lines, and cost much less to maintain than traditional copper lines. Today, all core networks are based on fibre due it's high-speed capacity and greater defiance to electromagnetic noise.

We aim to install Leased Lines within 30-60 days.

What speeds are available?

Bandwidth can be adjusted to the companies exact requirements. Choosing a speed comes down to how many people are using the Internet and your businesses Internet behaviour. For example, you may need to guarantee VPN access for remote workers between offices, or you may send many large files over the network. These types of tasks will require a larger bandwidth.

You can select from 10Mb to 10GB, but will only pay for what you want or need. The technology is scalable, meaning you can upgrade, depending on changing business requirements.

How reliable is a Leased Line?

Leased lines are, by nature, extremely resilient. Our leased lines fix time is within 5 hours and we also have a network of qualified engineers who are on hand to assist you 24/7.

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