Availability of Leased Line at your location
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A leased line is a symmetric Internet connection, i.e. identical upstream and downstream with a guaranteed bandwidth.
This is different from normal xDSL or Internet lines provided to private customers. With these lines, only the maximum downstream is specified and advertised. This is due to the fact that in the private customer sector, the bandwidths for data transmitted to the Internet are not generally subjected to high demands.
Colloquially, we consider a leased line to be a pure Internet connection for companies or for Network Services for a branch office or store with the central MPLS or VPN network.
Advantages of Leased Lines
High-performance Internet connection
Upload and download are identical
QoS (Quality of Service)
available for services such as VoIP
Flexible billing models
either with a flat traffic volume or use-based.
Leased Line – An Overview
In general, a leased line is implemented using copper with a bandwidth of up to 10 Mbit/s and fiber glass for higher bandwidths. The benefit of fiber glass over copper is, on the one hand, the higher bandwidth, but also the much higher reliability.
What is important is that SLAs can guarantee high availabilities of up to 99.9 % thus keeping the risk of failures low. We recommend that companies that use critical applications implement a back-up line via SDSL or LTE in order to achieve optimum redundancy.
In addition to the Deutsche Telekom with its product Company Connect, a number of other providers have established themselves on the communications market. To name a few: Colt, QSC, Vodafone, Ecotel, etc. You can find a more detailed list of all of the providers and their products in the next section. A comparison is worth it. Not only to determine potential cost differences, but also to determine the differences in SLAs, additional options or bundle products such as telephony or VoIP.
If the costs of a leased line are to high for your company or is not necessary for business reasons, we recommend either an SDSL or wireless local loop (WLL) connection.
The Savecall experts will gladly offer you a non-binding overview of the market for your location with the best prices, guaranteed.
- Guaranteed bandwidth with several SLAs (Service Level Agreements) to choose from
- Fixed static IP range with direct connection to the carrier backbone
- Managed router with customized configuration for the connection to the site (included by most providers)
- Connection of VoIP or IP telephony with QoS possible
Overview of all leased line providers
With Savecall, you can easily compare the costs and prices from all leased line providers directly online without commitment.
|CompanyConnect 2M bis 622M
Deutschland LAN Classic
Deutschland LAN Connect
|IP Access DSL
IP Access DSL
IP Access OffNet copper
IP Access OffNet
IP Access OnNet
IP Access DC
|QSC Leased Line business copper
QSC Leased Line business
QSC WLL Business
|Internet Connect all inclusive
Internet Connect basic copper
Internet Connect basic
Internet Connect AS
|Ethernet Access 10M, 100M, 1.000M, 10.000M|
|Eco Internet (LL) Ethernet 10M
Eco Internet (LL) E1_2M
Eco Internet (LL) E3_34M
Eco Internet (LL) STM1_155M
Eco Internet (LL) STM4_622M
|VT internet copper
|Internet Access Line OnNet
Internet Access Line OnNet copper
Internet Access Line OffNet
Internet Access Line OffNet copper
|Corporate Internet Access|
Costs for a leased line
It is difficult to offer a clear cost structure in this area. The prices are dependent upon a number of factors:
- Location of the company
- Carrier availability
- Desired bandwidth
- Desired additional options (e.g. IP monitor, additional IP addresses, back-up line)
On average, however, the estimated costs of a leased line with 10 Mbit/s are approx. € 350.00.