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What is a leased line?
A leased line is formed when a contractual agreement is made between a leased line provider and a customer. In the contract the leased line provider agrees to give a symmetric data connection often backed by stringent SLAs or service level agreements. In exchange, the customer agrees to pay a monthly rent or lease.
A leased line is known by several other names in the UK such as fibre circuit, private line and data circuit.
What are leased lines used for?
Leased line connections are used by businesses to provide fast bi-directional access to the internet. They are also commonly used to connect offices which are located in different areas of the country. IP telephone systems, and applications which have low latency demands, such as Citrix, often use leased line connections due to the bandwidth requirements.
How are leased lines charged for?
The ‘lease’ of a leased line is a contract which lasts for either 12 months, 36 months or 60 months. The longer the lease the lower the set up or installation charges. For > 36 month lease lengths the installation charge is usually waived. The ongoing monthly leased line cost for the leased line is a fixed monthly rate. This monthly rate is determined in the main by the speed of the symmetric connection and the distance of the fibre line.
What is an internet leased line?
An Internet leased line is a high quality data service that connects a location to the Internet. It is not a shared connection. The dedicated connection is provided over a fibre optic line. Since it is a premium product and dedicated to the customer the provider will offer a guarantee on speed and a service level agreement for support.