Dedicated Internet Access for Your Business.

Rapid connectivity over a fibre bearer.

Symmetrical Bandwidth

Matched Download & Upload Speeds up to 1Gbps CDR.


24/7 monitoring and customer support. Minimising impact to your Business.

Dedicated Bandwidth

Bandwidth dedicated to your business, with no contention.

High Availability

Line resilience possible, where site availability is critical.


Increase your bandwidth as required, to the bearer's maximum.

Swift Repairs

Target repair times are 9 hours or less. Faster than traditional broadband services and backed by SLA's.

Zed One Fibre Leased Line

With speeds from 10Mbps right up to 1Gbps—Zed One Technology’s Fibre Leased Line access services are ideal for those organisations that regard their Internet and MPLS VPN connectivity as absolutely mission critical. Zed One’s Fibre Leased Lines deliver a fibre connection using Ethernet technology right into your building. We’ll connect you directly to our core network and unlike copper based services (such as broadband) the speed is guaranteed and will not vary regardless of how far your building is from the network.
By putting in a high speed 100Mbps or 1Gbps bearer you can increase the committed data rate as the needs of your business grow without the need for new network infrastructure to be installed. For example start with 10Mbps over a 100Mbps fibre bearer, increasing to 20Mbps in a few months’ time quickly and without major additional cost.
Fibre Leased Lines deliver the highest quality performance as there is no copper involved and services are delivered with uncontended bandwidth. Fix times for fibre are also the fastest, with the option for additional resilience using a secondary back-up service based on any access technology Zed One offers.

Complete IT Services, Solutions & Support


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

What is a Fibre Leased Line?
A Fibre Leased Line, also referred to as Ethernet over Fibre, is a dedicated point to point circuit that uses fibre from your premises to the nearest point that connects to a carriers backhaul network (e.g. within a carrier Point of Presence). Today Ethernet is the most common underlying technology used over which IP services can be run.