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BT ISDN Switch Off: You Must Act Now

BT ISDN Switch Off: You Must Act Now


BT is switching off PSTN and ISDN. Now is the time to switch to the Cloud and introduce VoIP to your business.

✓  Huge Cost Savings

✓  Greater Flexibility

✓  Free Calls

What is PSTN and ISDN?

PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) is a landline telephone system originally set up for analog voice communication, and became the most reliable method of making voice calls and the main carrier for internet activity across the world.

ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) later followed, allowing the digital transmission of voice, video and other services simultaneously, using the traditional PSTN network.

 

Why are they being phased out?

In short, these legacy systems are out of date, as are the associated maintenance and running costs.

BT have made the decision to switch off because the old networks are too expensive to manage and maintain.

 

YOU MUST ACT NOW...

Find out how we can help you with a choice of On Premise and Cloud based solutions that will future proof your business against the Big BT Switch Off.

IP-based services such as SIP and VoIP may be the answer.

 

What is SIP and VoIP?

SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) is a protocol used in VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), and allows people to make voice and video calls from any location using computer and mobile devices with an Internet connection.

 

Low Costs - Reduced business phone line and contract bills

Free Calls - Everything is hosted in the Cloud

Simple Call Management - through Call Control, Click to Dial, and Dynamic Call Reporting

Monitor Calls Instantly - record, archive, search and play important calls

Quick, Free Setup + No Installation Costs

CRM Integration - build Better relationships in minutes

100% Security - gain true peace of mind

Dedicated Customer Support - UK-based care team, at your service

 

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