Data solutions provider Amvia has launched AmviaSearch, an online comparison tool for choosing the best leased lines, providing businesses with access to the best deals from over fifty providers in seconds along with average savings of around 37% on existing contracted rates.
For medium sized and growing businesses, a leased line is often the most practical and cost effective choice. Leased line fibre data circuits commonly connect two or more locations for a monthly rental charge and opting for a dedicated service means a business won’t share the bandwidth with anyone else. Furthermore the bandwidth is symmetric, providing users with identical upload and download speeds, usually in excess of 10Gbps, making them perfect for the most demanding of business tasks.
Amvia’s new leased line comparison tool AmviaSearch provides businesses with access to the best deals available without the need to get quotes from multiple providers. The free to use online tool provides a completely unbiased view and saves users an average of 37% on their existing contracted rate, as well as saving valuable man hours that could be better spent on more pressing business matters.
The team at Amvia is acutely aware of how important it is to see the full range of options when making such critical business decisions, which is why their leased line comparison tool takes so many service providers into account. With deals displayed from more than 50 providers, including major players such as Virgin Media Business, BT, SSE Telecoms, Vodafone and TalkTalk Business, Amvia’s comparison tools aims to provide the widest cross-section of available options on the market in an easy to understand format.
“Many of the Business and IT Managers we have spoken to simply don’t have enough time in the day to manually source and compare different leased line packages from multiple different providers, meaning they are often missing out on the best deals for the specific business needs. Our tool offers huge financial savings in seconds, so managers can quickly find the solution they need and then get back to their daily tasks,” explains Nathan Hill-Haimes, founder of Amvia.