With ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) drawing to a close, it can be hard to know the best approach to take when it comes to migrating your business services.
So where do we even start? Remember when analogue TV was being switched and we all had to move to digital, this is essentially the telco version of that situation.
From September 2019 following NBN’s rollout timeframes, disconnections of ISDN will commence. Customers will be notified but we can help make the complex migration a simple task.
ISDN or Integrated Services for Digital Network is an old communication carriage, launched in 1986, created for the transmission of voice traffic over traditional phone networks. While there are a few different types of ISDN services, each uses dedicated connections for telephony.
When the ISDN network was built, similar to ADSL, no one could ever imagine what the demand for technology would be in Australia in today’s world. As our use of telco services and our desire to communicate on a higher level increases, so does our need for quality, reliable services that can support business and consumers.
SIP or Session Initiation Protocol allows both your calls and data usage to run over the internet, removing the need for copper fixed services from your business. This also comes with the ability to review your services and find potential cost savings, as you will no longer have a need for fixed services.
The closure of the ISDN network will commence in September 2019, this means it’s time to act now. The first step to take is to check your telco provider bill. If you have any services billing with a reference to ‘ISDN’ this will most likely affect you. You can also get in touch with our team and we can help review these services.
We highly recommend not leaving it to the last minute. Get in touch with our team today to build a plan around migrating your ISDN services as smoothly as possible.
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