Leased Lines

Guarantee fast, reliable and consistent internet with a leased line for your business.

Leased lines are dedicated data connections between two locations. Leased lines are different from traditional internet connections because they are not shared by multiple parties, and they have a dedicated bandwidth of up to 10 Gbps.

Does your business need a leased line?

A leased line is a dedicated, fixed-bandwidth, data connection which will provide a reliable, high-quality internet connection with guarantees of upload and download speed, uptime and resilience.

With more and more businesses becoming internet dependent, leased lines are the way forward.

Reasons for installing a leased line

  • Is your business internet critical?
  • Do you have several internet users at any one time?
  • Would losing an internet connection be damaging to your business?
  • Does your business rely on quick and reliable data exchange?

If you answer yes to any of the above, then it’s worth exploring the advantages of a dedicated leased line to benefit your business.

Why invest in a leased line

Faster speed – leased lines come in rates up to 10Gbps. Whichever bandwidth you opt for, it’s guaranteed all of the time.

Better upload speeds – leased lines are symmetric, which means that the upload and download speeds are the same, unlike standard internet connections, which often favour download over upload speed. A higher upload speed will allow you to run your business more efficiently.

Reliability – a leased line provides a dedicated internet connection. Without other businesses or individuals using the line, your internet won’t slow or drop off during peak usage times.

Privacy and security – your leased line connection is not shared, ensuring greater protection of your business-sensitive data and operations.

What our customers say

Our lodge homeowners expect the best, we have used ClubWifi to install and set up our fibre network along with a 1GB Leased line to feed all the lodges – the results are amazing!

The feedback from our lodge owners has been fantastic, everyone is now connecting their devices and streaming content regularly. All-access points are hidden and connections are automatic – exactly what you want when you are on holiday! I would recommend ClubWifi and their solution to anyone and everyone. We have partnered with ClubWifi for many years and it has always been an extremely positive partnership!

Harford Bridge Park, Paul Williamson

What are leased lines?

Leased lines are dedicated circuits that connect two or more locations. They’re typically used by businesses to provide a high-speed, reliable connection between offices and data centres.

What is the advantage of a leased line?

A leased line is a dedicated, private communication channel and it provides a more stable and reliable connection than a typical internet connection.

What is the difference between MPLS and leased lines?

MPLS is a technology that allows you to connect your network to the internet via an MPLS provider. This means that instead of having your own private connection to the internet (a leased line), you are using someone else’s connection.

In this case, it’s not as secure as a leased line, but it does have some advantages. For example:

You don’t have to pay for the maintenance or upkeep of your own line.
You can choose from different speeds, depending on what kind of service you need.
Your bandwidth will be guaranteed by the provider in most cases.

How much does a leased line cost?

The cost of installation of a leased line at your business will depend on your specific requirements. Fill in the form below and our expert engineering team will be in touch to discuss your project. Please note we may need to visit your place of business before we can provide a final quote.

Are leased lines secure?

A leased line is a private communication channel that connects two locations. It’s like having your own dedicated phone line. This type of connection can be used in conjunction with an IPsec VPN or other security protocols to ensure that data transmitted over the line is safe and secure.