Recently the Prime Minister has made a statement announcing new Covid19 restrictions in England. The main advice is for those who can, to work at home for the foreseeable future. There are other measures that apply in England beginning Thursday 24th September.
National telecoms provider BT has announced they will shut off their ISDN and PSTN services. The move brings to an end the use of analogue phone lines and moves communications technology into an entirely online space.
BT will no longer offer businesses the ability to acquire ISDN and PSTN after 2020, with the total switch off occurring in 2025. Here's what your small business needs to know in the run up to the switch-off.
Choosing the right type of phone system is a big decision for small businesses, playing a central role in communications. There are two primary formats to choose from: traditional business phone systems or upgrading to Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP). We've weighed up the costs of both to allow you to make an informed decision.
For startup and small business choosing a phone system can be the most important decision. Both VoIP and traditional phone lines have their own advantages in terms of efficiency and keeping in contact with employees and customers. Cloud-based technology is widely used in advancing communications today, but a landline phone can also still save well.
This blog outlines the advantages of both landline and cloud phones, allowing you to decide which will be best for your business.
In today's business climate, to stay ahead you have to adapt to modern technology such as Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP). With features you won't find on the landline that boosts efficiency and operations. Here are other reasons it's time to switch to a VoIP phone system.
Call analytics is one of the most important features of a Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone solution. VoIP call analytics provide you with valuable insights into the performance of your employees as well as campaigns.
These statistics and insights can be used to bring efficiency and productivity to your organisation. Here are some of the other benefits of call analytics.
As part of the conscious shift from traditional landlines to mobile technologies Openreach has announced that no new Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) orders will be issued after December 2020.
In light of the landline extinction in 2025, it’s essential to look for alternatives now and move away from ISDNs. Understandably this will cause a shake-up to telecommunications and it’s best to prepare your business now for the ISDN switch-off.
Small business telephony will be changing quickly as SOGEA comes into effect and traditional telephony issued by BT shut downs. This will see many businesses consumers needing to digitize their phone lines. In fact, the end of the landline is fast approaching with stop-sell being issued in 2023 and the service being completely revoked in 2025.
Small businesses will need to find alternatives to traditional telephony. We've compiled everything you need to know in regards to the switch-off. From what Openreach is doing, along with a run-down of what to expect in 2020.
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In December 2020, Openreach will be rolling out their highly anticipated SOGEA with a soft launch in Salisbury before rolling it out nationwide in the lead up to the BT switch off in 2025. This will make broadband available without line rental for the first time, this shift will undoubtedly cause a shake-up in telecommunications as we know it. We’ve compiled what you need to know about this transition.