It’s time to embrace the future of telephony.
Any business using PSTN-based services will need to move to another service before the Public Switch Telephone Network (PSTN) is switched off in 2025.
Check out some Q&As about the PSTN switch off below:
Q: Why aren’t more businesses talking about the PSTN switch off?
A: The term switch off is not commonly known outside of the telecommunications industry. Attention is drawn elsewhere at the moment in terms of Russia, energy prices, Brexit and climate change.
Q: Do you think the PSTN switch off will be discussed more widely going forward?
A: It’s going to take a coordinated effort from everyone within the telecoms industry and supply chain to make sure that this happens in good time. Otherwise, it will end up with chaos when phone lines come to End of Life in 2025.
Q: Where can businesses go to find out more about the switch off?
A: Watch our short video below to find out more:
Q: What advice would you give to those worried about changes to their telephony infrastructures?
A: 2025 seems a long way off, but the national Stop Sell of phone lines as we know them is 2023. From this point, businesses won’t be able to buy an existing type of phone line or copper-based broadband connection for new or renewed contracts.
Q: How can businesses determine which solution best fits their needs?
A: The solution businesses choose will grow and scale with the company while supporting changes in working patterns, seasonality and even remote and hybrid working.
Horizon - A cloud-based phone system for your business
PhoneLine+ - A simple phone line replacement service
SIP Trunks - A cost-effective alternative to ISDN for voice calls
SoGEA - Simple business broadband with no need for a phone line
FTTP - Faster and more reliable internet connection
Ethernet Leased Lines - High capacity & performance. Guaranteed bandwidth.
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