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The 10GB Leased Line (without absurd installation costs)

A 10GB leased line can cost businesses anywhere between £5,000 to £100,000 for installation alone.

The lead time can take months (or even years) for you to get the connection (while you wait for planning permission and construction work to take place).

And once you do have your leased line connection in place, you’re locked into a lengthy contract that you cannot get out of.

What They Don’t Want You To Know…

…is that that’s only true for Fibre Leased Lines. A Wireless Leased Line is cheaper to install. Faster to install. And their minimum contract length is a lot shorter too.

Fibre Leased LineWireless Leased Line
Installation Cost£5,000 – £100,000£1,000 – £2,000
Lead TimeMonths – Years14 Days
Minimum Contract12 Months3 Days
Price Per Month£350 – £600£350 – £1000
LatencyLow Ultra-low – Low
Weather ResistantYesYes
MPLS optionYesYes
Uptime99.9%99.99%
Max Speed10Gbps10Gbps
SLAYesYes
UncontendedYesYes
Diversity As StandardNoYes
Public Static IPYesYes

Leased Lines Don’t Need To Rely On Fibre In 2022

Fibre was undoubtedly the best means of getting a connection to a business in years gone by, but like most things in life, times have changed.

In 2022 and beyond, there’s no need to rely on a physical fibre cable when there’s an better wireless option that gives the exact same performance, with slightly greater uptimes and far lower installation costs.

Wireless Leased Lines Use “Microwave Technology”

Which means it’s not effected by the weather and it’s far more reliable than any 4/5G connection you may have seen in the past.

In fact, Wireless Leased Lines are more reliable than Fibre Leased Lines as there’s much less to go wrong:

  • With Fibre, your provider is having to maintain miles worth of physical cables
    When they get damaged during floods, fires, construction works etc, it takes a long time to repair
  • Whereas with Wireless, your provider is having to maintain a transmitter and a receiver
    The likelihood of them getting damaged is much lower. And in the rare event that they do, they’re much easier to repair
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The Problem With Wireless…

…used to be that it had limited availability across the UK.

The good news is that the sheer demand for it during 2021 forced providers to greatly extend it’s reach across almost all corners of the United Kingdom.

You can find out your area’s coverage for free by clicking on the button below, entering your business premises’ postcode and filling out your details.

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