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Success of organization depends strongly on communication infrastructure. Like Internet Leased Line is one of the most effective and essential communication tools for any organization. Managed private leased line is a unique pay-per-use IPLC service offered exclusively to International BPOs. This service provides the facility to make inbound or outbound calls to multiple international destinations over an end-to-end clear channel TDM connectivity. What’s more, you pay only on per minute rates for the entire set-up.
Internet Leased lines are being used by companies and even individuals, for Internet access because they afford faster data transfer rates and are cost-effective if the Internet is used heavily. They are typically rented by large companies to connect two or more sites that need constant fast connection.
Our state-of–the-art solutions deliver reliable and cost-effective communications that are fully supported and secure. And because the service is designed exactly to your needs, you only pay for what you need – helping to control costs.
Internet Leased Line an internet service offers a premium range of services which equips your Enterprise with dedicated and high performance IP connectivity for running your mission critical applications over the internet.
Internet Leased Line ensures that you are equipped with the speed to stay ahead, even when you are competing against the fastest in the business.
How it works
A leased line connects two locations for private voice and/or data telecommunication service. The first location is typically a corporate office. The second location is typically another corporate office, a data centre that’s connected to the Internet or a data centre that’s connected to the company’s existing Wide Area Network.