In November 2017, BT Openreach announced their timescales to switch off analog and ISDN lines in 2025, affecting PSTN-based services and some broadband services.
Digital demands on networks for organisations and homes have vastly changed and the underlying technology needs to reflect and support modern requirements.
If your organisation is using analog telephone lines, ISDN or broadband services running over analog lines, at the end of December 2025 these will be switched off and become end-of-life.
• Analogue phone lines (including dial-up devices, fax, modem, and PDQ machines)
• ISDN (ISDN2 and ISDN30)
• Some broadband services (ADSL, Max, 2+, and FTTC circuits)
Calls are cheaper on VoIP compared to
traditional phone lines
One of the biggest advantages of VoIP is scalability.
Ideal for businesses eyeing expansion
Hold conference calls and send videos, photos and
documents in the middle of the conversation
Make calls from anywhere using any device.
if you’re unavailable you can direct your incoming calls to someone else