Leased lines provide your business with a dedicated fibre connection to the Internet, and deliver the ultimate in broadband connectivity.
They are not shared or contended, they ensure you get consistently fast broadband connection all day, every day. As well as offering 1:1 contention the speeds are symmetrical, so unlike with ADSL or FTTx the upstream and download speeds are the same. This can open up options to use your connections for more applications.
As well as delivering consistent high speed connectivity, these lines come with a full service level agreement. This helps safeguard against the unexpected and ensures swift guaranteed action from IT4A and our partners. Failure to deliver within service agreements results in compensation being applied.
FTTC takes Fibre to the Cabinet technology a step further by delivering download speeds of up to 80Mbps downstream, and up to 20Mbps upstream.
These speeds used to be limited purely to businesses with budgets for leased lines, and now this technology is delivering them at a fraction of the price.
UK Based Phone & Email Support
All our support operates from our head office in Epsom, Surrey. Phone calls are answered by trained and experienced staff who between them have handled 100,000’s of broadband queries over the years. If you don’t want to call, then you can email in, and the same team will reply to you regardless of the question.
IT4A’s mobile data connectivity services are ideal for customers who are transmitting business critical data from remote locations and require the highest level of service.
Our infrastructure has a proven track record of resilience and reliability. IT4A deliver a high level of connectivity assurance by deploying an N+1 backbone architecture and geographically redundant network.
There are cases where distance from any public ‘terrestial’ network service exceeds what is either viable or commercially realistic; in such cases IT4A offer Satellite based broadband.
An 80cm dish with clear line of sight towards the equator – approx 165º azimuth and an elevation ranginng from 22º in the North of Scotland to 32º on the South coast, can provide relaible broadband data services at upto 22Mbps Downstream and 6Mbps upstream.