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Perhaps you’d like a one-stop shop for all your hosted needs. Or maybe you need to take advantage of the fact that the old phone systems are closing. Whatever you need, we’re here to help. PSTN is closing. Are you prepared? When the PSTN network closes in 2025, your customers will be looking to you to provide them with the hosted services they need to succeed. If you’re already providing hosted services but are suffering from a disjointed supply chain, a lack of channel support or want a one-stop shop for all your hosted needs, then look no further. And...

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SDN network is being switched off in 2025, VoIP -

As you probably know, the ISDN network is being switched off in 2025 so if you haven’t embraced Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone calls by then, you’ll have to. But many businesses are turning to internet-based telephony today, well in advance of the switch off date. They want to be able to make calm and considered choices about the best all-IP solutions for their needs. So, you’ll have to make the transition to an all-IP service at some point between now and 2025. But there’s a carrot as well as a stick here. It might sound like just another...

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Many small businesses get internet connectivity in what might be called the “traditional” way. That means they order a public switched telephone network (PSTN) telephone line (also known as a “landline”), and then order a broadband service on top of it. That’s the way it’s been for many years, but in today’s data-driven world, the system feels clunky. The PSTN landline network is actually being switched off entirely in 2025, because it can no longer handle the demands of modern online communications. But even now, the need to channel ADSL or FTTC data services over a telephone line feels increasingly...

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We know that the BT's ISDN and PSTN switch off is coming in 2025. Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening, when and why. What’s happening to the telephone network - a timeline 2018 The announcement of the closure of the ISDN and PSTN networks in 2025 goes public.  2020 Salisbury becomes the first UK town where ISDN and PSTN lines are no longer available for purchase. 2021 (May) As the trial expands, Mildenhall follows Salisbury - no new ISDN and PSTN lines are available.  2021(December) An additional 117 exchanges are upgraded to faster FTTP (full fibre) connectivity,...

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