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As we move closer to 2025, you’re probably starting to come across mentions of the ISDN Switch Off.
Trade publications and the business press may be talking about the impending switch off date, but there’s not a great deal of information as to what these changes mean for businesses, and what you should do in order to prepare.
The Integrated Services Digital Network – the core of the UK’s current telecoms infrastructure – is soon to be made obsolete.
Businesses need to prepare to move to an internet-based communications protocol before the ISDN is switched off.
Here’s some key information on the switch off, what it means for your business, and what you can do to ensure you are ready for it when it comes round.
2. Where and when will the ISDN services ‘Stop Sell’ come into effect?
3. Why is ISDN no longer fit for purpose?
4. How many people are still using ISDN?
The drawbacks of maintaining it are outweighing the benefits:
Many businesses are yet to adopt an internet protocol:
Meanwhile, the number of businesses using VoIP or cloud telephony is growing:
5. What are the benefits of cloud telephony?
Communications technology has advanced so significantly since ISDN, VoIP is not just a better option for businesses – it’s THE BEST option.
Easy to set up:
Huge cost savings:
VoIP can save businesses up to 75% on communication costs.
Automated updates keep you on the best technology with the latest features at all times.
Teams can access your network from anywhere on any device. All you need is an internet connection.
With more flexible communications systems, businesses can…