Flexible Business Leased Lines
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A business leased line brings much more to your business than super-fast internet access with a phone line.
Having a dedicated internet line is vital for your communication, performance and future growth of the business. Whether you run a small company or a bandwidth-hungry office, our business leased lines options can provide the support you need.
Whether you’re operating business-critical applications or demand reliability from your leased line broadband connection, we have a dedicated customer support desk available 24/7 to make sure you’re always online when you need to be.
A leased line tend to be much more expensive than typical business broadband but offer much more in terms of upload and download speed, 24/7 support and greater connectivity with the power to add additional technologies to your business such as VoIP.
Business leased lines may be suitable for those who require constant access to business-critical applications with no internet connection delays at peak times. Here are some reasons you may want to invest in a leased line.
How It Works (3 Step Process)
- Complete our quick quote form to help us understand your dedicated broadband line requirements. We want to understand how your business uses an internet connection and the current phone line package you have.
- Our experts will be in touch to provide a range of deals to suit the exact requirements of your business.
- Your account manager will get you set up and keep you up to date every step of the way. We may need to come out and conduct a site survey to make sure you're getting the right package. You will have dedicated internet access in no time!
PSTN Lines - Great for small businesses & home working
Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) is often used in households and small businesses. If your business requires a standard single-line solution, this could be an ideal option for you. If your organisation requires more lines, you will need to order a multiline service.
However, you should bear in mind that anyone on this package will be affected by the 2025 PSTN switch off.
Multiline - Great for small offices on a budget
A multiline is a group of lines with one telephone number (your business landline number). The number of lines available will only be limited by the capacity of your local exchange. This makes a multiline a great option for businesses that require several lines at affordable prices.
ISDN 2 - Great for growing businesses
ISDN is a digital voice standard offering crystal clear calls as well as internet access and SEP trunking for moving to cloud hosted systems. ISDN 2 is ideal for smaller businesses requiring up to 8 telephone lines.
ISDN 30 - Great for larger business with high-growth ambitions
ISDN 30 is suitable for larger businesses who require 8 or more telephone lines. Your business will still benefit from the same crystal-clear calls, internet access and SEP trunking. You will be able to easily scale up your phone lines as your business grow.
The Benefits of Business Leased Lines
There's a difference between business broadband and leased lines.
A business leased line offers your premises a dedicated business broadband connection. A leased line for business use means that there’s no need to share a broadband line with your neighbours as you would at home. You will have a dedicated internet line exclusive to your business.
The most obvious benefit of this is the speed with a higher and consistent upload and download speed. With a shared line, your broadband speeds can fluctuate due to others eating up bandwidth.
A business leased line allows you to avoid this problem. The line is yours, and yours only. This means you can benefit from steadier speeds and more security.
Do I need leased line broadband?
Dedicated internet access is ideal for businesses that fit into one of the following categories:
- Internet access is business-critical - any downtime would result in loss of revenue
- Several users requiring 24/7 access
- Your business requires fast and reliable internet access
If you would like to assess whether you need a leased line fo your business, read our helpful guide.
At Love Energy Savings, we’ve teamed up with Daisy Communications. Daisy is one of the UK’s largest independent business telecom providers of voice, connectivity, phone system, and cloud services. Our partnership allows us to offer our customers great exclusive deals on leased line connections, ensure you can switch your business communications over hassle-free.
Still unsure if you need a business leased line internet connection. Read our guide to see if your business would benefit from the upgrade.
Business Leased Lines FAQs
Does my business need a dedicated broadband line?
Whether your business requires a leased line will depend on the size of your business and the tasks you carry out. If high-speed broadband is vital to the running of our business, a leased line could be a great investment.
Large businesses which require guaranteed reliable internet around the clock are most likely to benefit from a leased line.
What tasks can leased line broadband help with?
Leased lines are ideal for businesses that regularly carry out tasks including uploading data, making video calls, website hosting, using a VPN, or allowing remote users to access your office’s servers.
What speeds are available on a business leased line connection?
Speeds on a leased line can be available from 10Mb right up to 10GB (10,000M). These speeds are also symmetrical which means your download and upload speeds will be the same.
Does my business need a landline?
There are options available to businesses for calls to be made using broadband instead of a traditional line.
VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) allows businesses to power calls via the internet rather than a landline. If you’re interested in switching to a powerful IP phone system, take a look at our VoIP phone system options.
Who currently supplies my phone line?
The easiest way to find out who supplies your current phone line is the company listed on a recent bill. If you let your building, you may have to ask your estate agent or landlord.
If you’re not in charge of the buildings business broadband or phone lines, it might be worth trying to renegotiate the terms of your tenancy. This will help you prepare your business for future advancements in technology.
If these first options are not available, you will often find a phone plug sockets with a logo printed on them. This is not a guarantee, but it is worth checking.