Leased Line Internet

Internet Leased Line

Powering data-driven businesses with high-quality internet connections that guarantees consistent upload and download speeds, uptime, and resilience.

Point-to-Point Connection for your business growth


Spectra understands your business need for a dedicated, point-to-point connection which delivers a guaranteed bandwidth level, symmetrically. Unlike the typical broadband connections, our leased lines are never shared with other users, guaranteeing a consistently reliable and fast service for your business.

Our internet leased lines are built to be used for a range of applications, such as connecting data centers, offices, or for internet access. We have also built them to be used for SIP Trunking, which enables your businesses to receive or make voice calls over the internet.

Features of Leased Line

Static IPs

Multiple Speed Options

We provide a range of dedicated internet speeds starting from 10 Mbps to 1 Gbps.

Guaranteed Uptime

100% Dedicated Access

Always enjoy/experience fast & seamless connectivity with 24*7 backend support, irrespective of the number of users.

100% Dedicated Access

High Uptime

Spectra is trusted for providing an uptime of 99.5% with internet redundancy.

100% Dedicated Access

24x7 Technical Support

With every Spectra internet leased line you get 24×7 customer support and a dedicated relationship manager.

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Benefits of Leased Line Connection

Static IPs

Guaranteed Bandwidth

Consistent, high-speed internet access with dedicated bandwidth tailored to your business needs.

Guaranteed Uptime

Symmetrical Speeds

Equally fast upload and download speeds, ideal for activities like video conferencing, cloud computing, and large file transfers.

100% Dedicated Access

Enhanced Reliability

Minimize downtime and interruptions with Service Level Agreements (SLAs) that guarantee uptime and performance.

100% Dedicated Access

Low Latency

Experience minimal delays and smoother performance for real-time applications such as VoIP calls and large data tasks.

Frequently Asked Questions

A leased line network is a point-to-point network solution that provides dedicated and uninterrupted internet access for your business. These networks improve business growth and productivity by offering high-performance, agile, and secure connectivity that you can rely on. They also allow your business to successfully adopt innovative technologies and run bandwidth-heavy applications, helping you stay ahead of your competitors. Additionally, our leased line solutions can be personalized to your organization’s unique needs.

A dedicated business leased line is easy to deploy and our network experts can help you create a business internet solution that’s tailor-made to your organization. Our deployment model includes a detailed study and extensive site survey to understand your business’s unique network needs.

Our business internet plans are crafted keeping your business’s requirements in mind and can be customized to suit your needs. You can learn more about our plans here to find the best fit for your business.

Spectra’s Business Internet Access plans come without a data cap which means you can experience unlimited internet access delivered to you at blazing-fast speeds!

Spectra’s Business Internet Access is exclusively designed to support the unique needs of a growing, modern business. The superior efficiency, reliability, and scalability of our leased line solution enhance business agility while also improving productivity by ensuring uninterrupted and hassle-free connectivity.

Broadband internet is a shared internet that is typically used by multiple users at the same time. This not only affects internet security, but it also affects the speed and reliability of the internet (due to the bandwidth getting divided among users) which often results in fluctuations during peak use hours.
A dedicated leased line is exclusive to a business and offers greater reliability, security, and faster speeds.

Spectra’s Business Internet Access provides 5 Static IPs so your business can access a stable network at all times as well as access remote devices easily.

Leased lines are critical for companies looking for reliable, high-performance internet connectivity. Compared to the standard broadband connections, leased lines provide a dedicated set of bandwidth, ensuring consistent and symmetrical upload and download speeds. Additionally, they have enhanced security features, like dedicated connections and optional encryption, making them ideal for businesses managing sensitive data or needing secure remote access for their network.

The primary differences between broadband connections and leased lines lie in performance, reliability, and dedicated nature:

Reliability and Uptime: Leased lines usually come with Service Level Agreements (SLAs) that guarantee performance and uptime, guaranteeing minimal downtime and interruptions. Broadband connections, experience more variability in uptime and performance due to shared infrastructure and contention ratios.

Bandwidth and Symmetry: Leased lines provide dedicated bandwidth, resulting in symmetrical upload and download speeds, where the data transfer rates are the same in both directions. Broadband connections have asymmetrical speeds, with higher download speeds compared to upload speeds, and the bandwidth is shared among multiple users.

Performance: Leased lines offer consistent and predictable performance, making them suitable for high-demand applications such as video conferencing, cloud computing, and hosting servers. Broadband connections experience fluctuations in performance, especially in the peak usage times, which impact activities that need high-speed and reliable internet.

Security: Leased lines offer enhanced security features, such as dedicated connections and optional encryption, making them suitable for businesses handling sensitive data or requiring secure remote access to their network. Broadband connections offer basic security features, that are considered less secure because of the shared infrastructure.

Cost and Scalability: Leased lines are more expensive compared to broadband connections, both in terms of initial setup costs and monthly fees. However, leased lines offer scalability, enabling businesses to adjust their bandwidth to back growth or requirement changes.

Fiber and leased lines are both technologies used to provide high-speed internet connectivity, but they differ in several key aspects:

1. Technology
Fiber - Fiber-optic internet uses fiber-optic cables to transmit data using light signals. It offers very high speeds and low latency, making it ideal for demanding applications.
Leased Line - A leased line is a dedicated connection between two points, typically provided by a telecommunications provider. It can be delivered over various mediums such as fiber optic cables, copper wires, or wireless links.

2. Bandwidth
Fiber - It can provide very high bandwidth, with speeds ranging from hundreds of Mbps to several Gbps, depending on the infrastructure and service plan.
Leased Line - It offers flexible bandwidth options, allowing businesses to choose the bandwidth that meets their specific needs. Bandwidth can range from a few Mbps to several Gbps, with symmetrical upload and download speeds.

3. Cost
Fiber - They can be more cost-effective compared to leased lines, especially for shared services. However, dedicated fiber lines may incur higher costs due to the exclusivity of the bandwidth.
Leased Line - They are generally more expensive than standard broadband or fiber-optic internet connections. The cost depends on factors such as bandwidth requirements, distance, and service level agreements (SLAs).

4. Application
Fiber - The technology is suitable for a wide range of applications, including high-definition video streaming, cloud computing, and real-time collaboration.
Leased Line -The technology is ideal for businesses requiring guaranteed bandwidth, symmetrical speeds, and high reliability, such as data centers, large corporations, and organizations with mission-critical operations.

Leased lines usually come with speeds varying from 1 Mbps to 10 Gbps. The average speed of the leased line typically lies in the 2 Mbps range.

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