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Leased line costs are mainly determined by bandwidth and location but there are also many other factors including: network maps, POP locations, and transit charges which can make prices differ dramatically.
To ensure you receive the best performance at the best price you need to know all this information for every internet service provider- which is what www.leased-line-comparison.co.uk has been built on. We will ensure your leased line costs are as low as possible.
To run a free comparison on leased line prices at your postcode, simply fill out the form above for a same-day quote.

A Leased Line, or an internet lease line, is a dedicated internet connection which provides a stable bandwidth up to 10Gbps. These dedicated lines, based on carrier Ethernet technology, range from 10Mb all the way up to 10Gb (10,000Mbps leased line). The leased line costs increase as the bandwidth increases.
According to Wikipedia, Leased line Definition:
"A leased line is a service contract between a provider and a customer whereby the provider agrees to deliver a symmetrical telecommunications line connecting one or more locations to each other, or the internet in exchange for a monthly rent."

Leased lines have many different names? you may know them by the following:

  • Fibre Leased Line
  • Internet Leased Line
  • Fibre to the Premise (FTTP)
  • Dedicated Internet Connection
  • Dedicated Ethernet Connectivity
  • Ethernet Private Line
  • BTnet leased line
  • Secure Internet Access
Ethernet First Mile or an EFM circuit is an uncontended internet service over copper, rather than fibre. EFM Internet or EFM access direct, depending on location is likely to provide speeds up to 10Mb.
Ethernet in the first mile is ideal for companies (or individuals) that need a stable internet connection but do not use bandwidth heavy applications. For companies that will need over 10Mb in the near future are best to choose a fibre leased line to allow them to scale their bandwidth when needed.
SDSL stands for 'Symmetric digital subscriber line' and provides symmetrical, uncontended internet over copper- similar to Ethernet first mile.
These SDSL services are being phased out as they typically supplied bandwidth up to 8Mb and were very expensive. Ethernet first mile could supply typically 10Mb at lower cost which has in turn, pretty much phased out SDSL.
In relation to business internet, a managed service refers to when an internet service provider proactively monitors the performance and uptime of their client's internet connection- so they don't have to.
Dedicated Internet access is a high speed, high performance and reliable internet access connection which is dedicated to your business.
You have a dedicated internet access in the form of an SDSL connection, Ethernet first mile or a fibre leased line. All of which provide uncontended, symmetrical Internet with a service level agreement (SLA) to guarantee uptime.
We currently compare prices typically for 10Mb, 20Mb, 30Mb, 40Mb, 50Mb, 60Mb, 70Mb, 80Mb, 90Mb, 100Mb, 200Mb, 300Mb, 400Mb, 500Mb, 1Gb, 2Gb, 5Gb & 10Gb. The higher the bandwidth and the more rural the postcode usually means the higher the leased line costs.
If you require a more specific bandwidth then we can run a custom search for you based on your requirements..