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| By Anwen Haynes

Are You Ready? The ISDN & PSTN Switch Off Is Coming?

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In Short

5 reasons why your bussines should move to the cloud

In 2015, BT announced that their ISDN and PSTN lines were due to be switched off by 2025, marking the biggest change in our communications systems in over a century.

Whilst BT have given 10 years notice for the switch-off, many businesses are not engaging quick enough to establish a plan as to how to transition to the new communications solutions, and whilst the final switch off is not until 2025, the reality is that even this year-2021, in many areas, you will no longer be able to access ISDN and PSTN if you need to implement these. This is leaving businesses communications incapacitated with their communications solutions.

Mode explores how your legacy systems are now placing your business at risk, why you should be moving to the cloud now, and exploring the right questions you should be asking your communications solutions provider to ensure that your business remains highly productive and efficient for the future.

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