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How PSTN and ISDN switch off will impact your business

How PSTN and ISDN switch off will impact your business. As we all know, in 2015 BT announced that they will be switching off the PSTN and ISDN networks by 2025. With this, BT will no longer accept any new orders or amendments to services applicable to any ISDN products from 2020. Once the switch-off has taken place, customers will be migrated to the IPEX (IP Exchange) core network using SIP (S...
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BT announce the end of PSTN and ISDN

BT Openreach have announced they will be switching off their existing PSTN and ISDN network by 2025 and switching to a single IP network. Find out about the alternatives and how to be prepared. Businesses have 8 years to look for an alternative solution to their telephony and internet needs. Fortunately there are a range of affordable solutions available. What is PSTN? “The public switched tele...
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SIP vs ISDN – Its time to decide…

Your voice and data connections are vital components of your business. Key to your decision on whether ISDN or SIP Trunking is best for your business will be the costs, features and performance associated with each. You will know that BT has recently announced its plans to cease all ISDN circuits by 2025 – a strong indication as to how they see the market for telephone lines will evolve…. So, ...
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20 Free SIP/VoIP Softphones

QuteCom Previously known as WengoPhone, Qutecom is a free, SIP compatible VoIP softphone initially developed by Wengo. QuteCom supports a range of VoIP codecs including G.729, G.711, iLBC, G.722 (wideband) and Speex. H.263 for video is also supported. XLite from Counterpath A very popular, free SIP softphone supporting a range of codecs and also offering great support for desktop business video...
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Move from ISDN to SIP/VoIP

Simple steps to SIP migration from ISDN If you’re still running most of your calls over ISDN, it’s worth taking a serious look at how easy it is to switch to cheaper, more flexible SIP connectivity. Why make the switch? Until recently ISDN had been the only viable choice for most companies – from SMEs to large corporations – to ensure business-grade telephony. But the last 12 months has seen a ...
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Making the move from ISDN to SIP

Simple steps to SIP migration from ISDN If you’re still running most of your calls over ISDN, it’s worth taking a serious look at how easy it is to switch to cheaper, more flexible SIP connectivity. Why make the switch? Until recently ISDN had been the only viable choice for most companies – from SMEs to large corporations – to ensure business-grade telephony. But the last 12 months has seen a ...
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