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Best way to compare Ethernet leased lines

Posted by Cherie Howlett on 18-Jul-2016 11:05:31

If you supply business communications or support to SMEs, you may have seen a rise in interest for Ethernet leased lines recently, as some prices have reduced by up to 23%.

There has never been a better time to get your customers connected. Supplying a quality internet connection to your customers keeps the competition at bay and opens up a world of upsell opportunities including hosted Exchange, cloud back-up, hosted desktop and hosted telephony.

What is the best way to compare ethernet leased lines?

Jola has an Ethernet leased line quoting tool which allows users to enter a customer postcode and receive a quotation for the best priced connectivity options, from all the main network providers. Pricing is available for dealers working on a 50/50 margin share basis and for resellers who bill end users and set their own margins.

Should you uncover a requirement whilst visiting customers you can log into the leased line quoting tool on your mobile and produce a quote for them there and then in minutes.


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Topics: Leased line

5 reasons to partner with Jola for connectivity

Posted by Cherie Howlett on 05-Jul-2016 18:05:28

1 Experience

As a team we have over 70 years’ experience in the IP business. Even if you are an accomplished reseller it is useful to have someone on your side that really understands communications and the cloud. We can answer detailed questions and help build and quote custom solutions.

2 One quoting tool for all the major networks

We have access to all the major network operators. Simply enter your customer’s postcode and address and within minutes receive a spreadsheet with the best prices for Fibre, EFM and EoFTTC leased lines from all available network operators.

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Topics: Leased line

Why are engineering firms choosing JolaNet for their leased line?

Posted by Cherie Howlett on 20-Jan-2015 12:24:04

Engineering firms located in areas where broadband is slow and unreliable are struggling to communicate and share company information. One local engineering company was recently purchased by a Chinese company who needed access to the corporate network so something had to be done.

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Topics: Connectivity, Leased line

Renewing leased lines

Posted by Andrew Dickinson on 28-Sep-2014 13:45:50

A small dealer came to us to quote on his connectivity business. He had a mature base of leased line customers who were putting him under pressure and the incumbent (and previously enthusiastic) supplier inexplicably refused to return calls and emails. One of their customers was paying around £2000 per month for a 2Mb leased line and we could supply a 20Mb replacement for £200 per month. We would be making a 20% margin on this, putting our cost at around £160. The ISP they were partnering with had not passed on the wholesale price reduction and was probably making around £1800 per month on the 2Mb service - which had been installed for a few years. If they could delay the customer’s decision to move away by a month this would be the equivalent of nearly four years margin at the new price. You can probably see why they might refuse to speak to the end customer or the dealer. Of course the dealer would also be making less commission on the replacement service too but at least he would retain a customer that was also buying several other products and services from him.

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Topics: Leased line

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