You could expect roughly twice, three, or four times the performance on your current
line, depending on how many you choose to bond. Bonded DSL often results in impressive
speeds to rival much costlier solutions. For instance, if you are currently connected on
an up to 8Mbps line but are consistently getting around 4Mbps download speed and
around 2Mbps upload, you could expect to multiply that to up to 16Mbps down and 8Mbps
up with four Bonded DSL lines
How much it costs
Bonded DSL costs vary depending on how many lines you choose to bond. At its best, a
four line solution is likely to cost around the same as an SDSL line but expect to pay a set
up fee for this. Installation of around 200 is likely, with a similar cost per month for
four bonded lines. Fewer bonds will be significantly cheaper but remember you ll also be
paying line rental on each line you use.
Go for the very best a business Leased Line
Get the very best for your business with a totally dedicated connection. These solutions aren t
cheap but you can t get better. If you re looking for true performance, backed by impressive
guarantees and zero contention, leased line solutions may be for you. This is a real business-
grade service meaning you re buying a fully-managed solution which should come equipped with
an impressive Service Level Agreement, boasting a guaranteed fix time. This is one connection
you shouldn t be taking a risk on and you ll be getting guarantees from your provider to
There are three main options to make the most of your dedicated connection.
Point to Point
A point to point connection is ideal for a business with high data
dependency in day to day work, but which needs the capability
to share data between offices rather than over the web.
How it works
A point to point leased line or private circuit isn t an internet
connection but does allow you to extend your business network
(WAN) over a multiple locations.
What you ll get
You ll have the option to choose your bandwidth which can range from 2Mbps up to
1Gbps. As this line isn t shared, it ll provide guaranteed speed both up and down, that s
dedicated to your business. It s a great solution to reduce buffering time in both VoIP