Move over ISDN. It’s Voice over IP.
ISDN. PSTN. VOIP. The world of telephony is full of acronyms. And whilst ISDN is on its way out, its replacement is yet another acronym.
VOIP is also known as Voice Over Internet Protocol or Voice Over IP. It simply means that voice and data are transmitted over Internet Protocol instead of over copper wires. Essentially, it’s telephony in the cloud.
VOIP lines are rapidly replacing ISDN and analogue telephone lines. You might have even heard that BT will have switched off all ISDN and PSTN lines by 2025. Which means that when it comes to upgrading, no-one’s off the hook.
The good news is that VOIP lines are compatible with most existing phones. It’s easy to upgrade and you won’t need to change your phone system.
VOIP telephony has lots of other benefits too. Benefits that are definitely worth having now.
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I am so happy that we changed over to Connaught, it has brought us right up to date
Frances Ryan, Greenwood Primary & Nursery School