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Leased Lines in Manchester

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About Leased Lines for Business

With our leased line services in Manchester, you’ll get a dedicated connection to the internet so you don’t have to worry about sharing bandwidth or poor connectivity. You’ll get the best speeds possible, with reduced delays and super low latency.

With speeds from 10 Mbps up to 10 Gbps, an ethernet leased line means you can access and send massive amounts of data quickly, even while running bandwidth-heavy programs, such as virtual desktops or Microsoft 365.

We’ll help you pick from the best leased line providers in Manchester, bringing you a faster ethernet service at the best possible price–with deals from major providers such as BT, Virgin Media, TalkTalk, and more.

Never miss a beat with a dedicated leased line for your business.

Benefits of Leased Lines:

Nowadays, very few businesses could function without reliable internet connections. More employees are remote, customers are turning to online services, and office space is becoming less of a priority. 

As more and more businesses turn to working from home and adapting to the digital transformations, you need to be confident that you’re never left in a lurch. Leased lines give you a level of comfort knowing that you’ll always have a stable, high-quality bandwidth connection that you wouldn’t get from normal broadband.

  • Faster upload speeds
  • Dedicated internet access and unlimited bandwidth
  • Greater security against data corruption and cyber attacks
  • Adaptable internet speeds that you can change as needed
  • Super-low latency for reduced delays
  • Competitive service level agreements for excellent service

Why choose Keeley Travis?

Strong client relationships

We maintain long lasting relationships with numerous clients as a result of our dedicated and responsive services and our superb track record.

Total transparency

We’ll tell you exactly what you can expect from each leased line provider we recommend, from speeds, to support, to SLAs. & You won’t be charged for anything you don’t receive. 

Fully managed service and equipment

Every leased line contract comes with installation and expert maintenance of the equipment. & If you run into any issues, we can help you get engineer support from your service provider, so you won’t have to worry about a thing.

Excellent customer service

Our team specialises in providing comprehensive support to our customers whenever they need it, so whether you want to give us a call or send an email, we’ll be there to lend a helping hand whenever you need it.

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Leased Lines Services: FAQs

How does a leased line connection work?

A leased line is a dedicated, private connection between your business premises and typically another business premises or a data centre. It has fixed bandwidth, and offers the same upload and download speeds. Leased line connections are also not subject to traffic contention with other users.

 

What types of things would a business use a leased line for?

Businesses could use leased lines for:

  • Secure internet connection
  • Enabling staff to connect to work PCs remotely
  • Carrying VOIP calls
  • Linking PCs and servers in different offices
  • Sending large files
  • Hosting website on a server in your office

 

How fast is a leased line?

Leased line speeds can vary greatly depending on your location, with speeds ranging from 100Mbps to 10Gbps, however we find the most common speed for leased lines is 200Mbps.

 

Are leased lines secure?

Leased lines offer a level of security that you can’t find from broadband services. Ethernet lines are private, meaning there will never be any public traffic, and often, leased lines come with static IP addresses as standard. If you’re looking for enhanced security, you can find firewalls and specialist routers offered by certain providers.  

 

What are the disadvantages of leased lines?

While leased lines come with many substantial benefits, some of the disadvantages of leased lines include:

Cost: The cost of installing and subscribing to a line is usually higher than systems such as ADSL or Broadband

Installation time: Installing leased lines requires a completely new circuit to connect your premises to, while ADSL or broadband typically uses a pre-existing circuit, such as phone lines. This can take anywhere from several weeks to up to three months.

Complexity: Leased lines have so many applications that it can be hard to wrap your head around. Your leased line provider or communications consultant should be able to explain the full benefits and anything else you don’t understand. It’s important to choose one that offers after-sales customer service and ongoing technical support.

Testimonials

'A pleasure to deal with in all areas of our mobile phone contract, from initial offer to finalising the deal all questions have been answered with no fuss. The team have gone out of their way to help us set up the new contract and I would not hesitate to recommend them to others. Thanks for all your help!'

– Lisa Freeman

ACVR

'Keeley Travis looked at our past mobile phone usage in order to find plans suitable for each of our staff members, which greatly reduced our costs. When we changed networks they ensured that everything went smoothly and were always available to deal with the small issues that cropped up when we upgraded our handsets.'

– Thomas

Customer

'The team at Keeley Travis have gone above & beyond for us and made the whole process hassle free, couldn’t recommend them enough!'

– Caroline Denton

Customer

'Keeley Travis has constantly provided excellent service, we purchased work mobile phones from them and they have gone above and beyond to ensure that any issues we have are solved in a timely manner. We will definitely continue to use Keeley Travis for our office technology.'

– Humanappeal

Customer

'Great company to deal with, took all the hassle away from me and allowed me to get on running my business.'

– Paul Booth

Customer

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