The BT ISDN switch off is is happening in 2025. Discover your options.
Save money and prepare for the upgrade to IP technology by 2025 with Birmingham Telecom. Call us on 0121 716 8888 for help or advice on what options you have.
Beat the BT ISDN switch off
BT are switching off the PSTN and ISDN networks for good, starting with a cease of new supply by 2023 and moving to a full migration to IP before 2025.
The BT switch off could affect thousands of businesses in the near future, especially those unaware of BT’s intention to phase out of technology. Traditional phone lines are a legacy technology with high maintenance costs and many drawbacks.
In Short, before 2023 you will no longer be able to order ISDN services and by 2025 you must have totally upgraded to IP telephony to avoid interruption to your telephone services.
Benefits of Upgrading
IP Phone Lines
per line / per month
Our Cloud Hosted PBX
per user / per month
Our Cloud Hosted PBX
FREE version available
Panasonic NS700 PBX
Want to discuss the 2025 ISDN and Analogue switch off? Simply give our team a call on 0121 716 8888 and we will be happy to help
Avoid the ISDN Switch Off
Millions Still need to switch
Networks Switched Off
Upgrading will help you!
All of our solutions are sold UK wide where they have proven to be ultra reliable and both cheaper and more flexible than traditional the digital or analogue phone lines that are gradually being made obsolete. There is no reason why you shouldn’t consider upgrading now to maximise both savings and benefits.
Millions of people already have first-hand experience of VoIP through services like Skype which was originally aimed to allow free or low cost calls to be made over the internet. Such services have grown in sophistication & reliability and are now widely used on a daily basis by UK businesses as a replacement for ISDN and PSTN.
Work with us
SIP and IP telephony is now rapidly replacing traditional ISDN and PSTN services and Birmingham Telecom is fast becoming one of the UK’s leading providers of IP telephony. Our solutions connect your site directly into our network via an IP connection to carry and terminate your inbound and outbound voice calls across the public telephone network.
The switch to VoIP technology is now imminent with over 30,000 users making the switch every month. Birmingham Telecom offers a reliable, cost-effective voice service both cheaper and more flexible than traditional digital or analogue phone lines.
Millions of people already have first-hand experience of VoIP through services like Skype that can be used to make free or low cost calls over the internet. Such services have grown in sophistication and reliability and are now widely used on a daily basis for both voice calls and data in the modern day workplace.
Through a single internet connection, we allow you to divide the bandwidth from your internet connection between voice calls and data. This means that the development and falling prices of SIP and Cloud Hosted Phone Systems makes the jump to IP telephony a necessity for modern businesses.
With BT’s announcement that the traditional PSTN and ISDN networks will be totally obsolete by 2025, our SIP Phone Lines and Cloud Hosted Phone Systems will future proof your business whilst saving you up to 50% against your existing line rental and call costs.
Our VoIP services can be scaled up or down in line with demand and without the need for additional physical line installation. Being great for flexible working practices, this provides the ability to integrate a home worker with an IP enabled phone system with ease.
Birmingham Telecom are able to supply you with business grade SIP telephone lines that have been tested extensively with all major telephone systems. Also, in the event of a disaster or line fault, calls can be quickly re-routed to another location or phone number within minutes.
Upgrade to SIP and benefit from savings of 50% against ISDN – includes FREE UK calls.
Cloud hosted phone systems with no onsite equipment with FREE IP handsets and FREE UK calls.
IP business telephone systems that are installed at your premises using fibre connectivity and a SIP trunk.
Fully managed phone systems that can be deployed either on-premise or in the cloud for redundancy.