Wireless Leased Lines

Our wireless leased-lines deliver up to 1Gbit/sec providing the benefits of ethernet fibre service, more quickly and lower cost.

Wireless leased lines have a number of benefits including a relatively fast installation (generally within just a few days), and can be up to 50% cheaper than fibre leased lines. We offer fully symmetrical and uncontended connectivity from 10Mbit/sec upto 1Gbit/sec depending on the capactity of the installed radio link. And it’s easily scalable to keep pace as your business grows.

A wireless leased line uses radio and microwave technology to connect two locations — you’ll only need access to your roof and a line of sight between the transmitter locations.

  • Bandwidth between 10Mbps and 1Gbps
  • Dedicated uncontended connectivity
  • Symmetrical upload and download speeds
  • Fast installation usually in under 14 days
  • Fixed install costs
  • Low latency for cloud services and VoIP
  • Live network monitoring and support
  • A dedicated business circuit

We can find the right wireless leased-line solution for you and manage the installation process. Drop us a line and we’ll be in touch.

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