Leased Line Quote
We take great pride in being able to offer the best leased line costs, which can enable your business to increase their productivity levels. On top of this, you can connect multiple offices within the UK so data can be shared between each other seamlessly.
As well as offering you the best cost, we have a vast amount of industry experience so you know your business and its connection is in the safest hands possible. When it comes to our leased line quotes, not only are they the best around, the service levels and quality are always to a premium standard.
With our experience and knowledge our team can cater for any of your requirements. Our experienced connectivity experts can help you no matter what your needs may be.
Here we will take a look in more detail at the costs of a leased line, discuss the main providers out there and also (and the most important!) how to get the best quote for your company.
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If you have been searching for a leased line quote from a comparison site then it is most plausible that you currently have a leased line that you’re looking to renew or you are simply looking at buying one for the first time.
If this is the case then you are on the right site. We work with every provider in the UK such as BT, Virgin, TalkTalk, and Vodafone so our quotes come with a guarantee that we will not be beaten on costs. So let’s get started.
How Much Do Leased Lines Cost?
This is a very difficult question to answer because it really is down to location. As an example, if you live in the heart of London, you are pretty much guaranteed the best quote in the UK.
If you live in a very remote area then, not only will your quote be higher but you may also be facing excess construction charges just to get the leased line to your door!
Excess construction charges are hidden costs that get discovered on a site survey. Although these areas are now getting harder to find, there are still plenty of them out there. If this is the case then with us, you can get up to £10,000 worth of cover to pay for these charges for you.
As you can see, location is key. A good reference point with regards an install is this. Are you in a built up area? If so, there is more chance that you will not have excess charges.
Let’s take a look at some different areas across the UK then in turn look at speeds and how the geographic affects the pricing.
How Much Does A 100Mb Leased Line Cost?
Right so let’s check how much a 100Mb leased line is at different locations across the UK.
100Mb is between £86.14 and £234.37 per month for London.
100Mb is between £204.65 and £280.36 per month for Manchester
Now let’s look at a more remote location.
100Mb is between £222.57 and £323.64 per month for Ambleside (Lake District)
As you can see, the more densely populated areas usually get the best prices. In this experiment we took into account quotes from BT, Virgin, TalkTalk, Vodafone and SSE. 100Mb is the “go to” speed at the moment simply down to the fact that as the demand for bandwidth has grown, 10Mb is simply not cutting it anymore.
How Much Does A 1Gb Leased Line Cost?
Right so let’s do the same check to see how much a 1Gb leased line is at different locations across the UK.
1Gb is between £203.56 and £350.00 per month for London.
1Gb is between £348.72 and £378.42 per month for Manchester
Now let’s look at a more remote location again
1Gb is between £489.97 and £1031.45 per month for Ambleside (Lake District)
If we now compare the 1Gb costs, the difference here between the major cities and a more remote location is now huge. This is a clearer example of the benefits of working in a more urbanised area. Again, we used Virgin, BT, TalkTalk, Vodafone and SSE for our findings. As the demand for bandwidth increases, you will see a 1Gb line overtake the 100Mb as the speed standard over the coming years.
How Much Does A BT Leased Line Cost?
BT are the oldest and most well-established of all carriers within the UK. The majority of companies when looking to a leased line will head straight for BT. However, their leased line pricing is not as competitive in this modern day anymore.
They now have way too many competitors who offer the exact same product and service but at much lower costs. Their main competitors are TalkTalk Business, Virgin, Vodafone, SSE and Sky to name just a few. As you can see it’s getting to be a big crowded market where costs are key.
Everybody is offering the exact same product. A leased line is exactly that. Just because you go to BT does not make it in any way superior!
If they do not change their strategy then they may get left behind which is a very bold statement BUT why pay more with BT when you can go elsewhere for a lot less? It simply is not good business practice!
This is why using a company like us which provide a leased line comparison quote is perfect business sense. Our quote tool not only compares all carriers in your area for you, it also identifies the best carrier with the best costs for your location.
How Does Bandwidth Speeds Affect A Leased Line Quote?
The above find is based on an on-net location. An on-net location is basically where fibre is already available to your building otherwise known as a “lit building”.
So if we take the above example, if you have a 10Mb leased line and wanted to upgrade to 20Mb, it would cost on average £2.33 per month more.
If your location was off-net which basically means that fibre does not run direct to your door, then these costs would go up. The best advice here is simple.
When you look to purchase your leased line, make sure you get options for all speeds as this usually works out better taking higher bandwidth at the time of purchase than upgrading throughout your contract.
On top of this, if you want to upgrade throughout the term of your contract, it can take up to 30 days!
In summary, regardless of On-net or Off-net locations, if you want more bandwidth it will cost you more. It really is that simple.
Does Distance Affect Leased Line Costs?
Again, if you are in a built up urban area then really the costs should not be too dissimilar as long as you are in a 20 miles radius of the nearest BT PoP.
This will drastically change if you are in a remote area. The distance from the nearest PoP could be a lot further which in turn means your costs for a leased line will go up.
The only way to truly know is to grab a quote and see what it comes back with. The leads us on to how our leased line comparison works.
Our Leased Line Comparison Service
There is no “one size fits all” solution so how do we get you the best costs? We have spent many a year building up our relationships with all the best carriers in the UK so we can buy in bulk and pass the savings onto you. We do not have the overheads like the huge corporates out there, so we simply get the wholesale rate and pass those savings on to our customers.
If you go direct to Virgin, BT, TalkTalk and Vodafone then you will be given a retail quote for your leased line. Why pay more when we can compare the whole market in seconds for you and offer you our price promise guarantee?
Our service comes with a managed router (if required), 24/7 support 365 days a year plus a range of IP addresses. Our service level agreement offers a ½ hour response, 4 hour fix time which is the best in the industry.
We work with companies spanning the length and breadth of the country. Companies that have put their trust in us to deliver time and time again. Stop paying over the odds and join our portfolio of very happy customers. Think also of the money your company can save by simply comparing what is available to you.