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SIP & Lines

At GPS Telecom we offer a number of different network services; whether this is a straightforward take-over of another providers lines to save on costs, or an upgrade to the latest Voice over IP technology, we will be able to recommend the best solution to suit your needs.

We always ensure that the service we offer is suitable for the users in the current situation, and for future expansion. All connections that we offer are extremely resilient and secure, and we can provide fail over options so that there will always be something in place for peace of mind.

Many companies sell a connection based on the speed it can achieve, however for voice, a single call will use less than 100Kbps up and down – therefore in theory a 1Mb connection could handle ten concurrent calls. The important point to note is that both upload and download speeds need to be taken into account.

Analogue PSTN Lines

At GPS Telecom we are able to offer analogue lines at very competitive prices as an alternative to BT. The lines are still run on the BT network and therefore the quality is as you would expect, but with service from GPS rather than a BT call centre.

Whilst analogue lines are gradually becoming outdated technology when it comes to use for running calls on a phone system, they are still essential for a broadband or fibre connection. In addition they are often used for PDQs (card machines) and Fax lines.

For details on prices, or for a review on your current spending at no cost – please do get in touch with us.

ISDN Digital Lines

ISDN Digital dates back to before the 1990, and is a very stable, mature product that is secure and offers superb reliability.

Whilst there is no urgency to move away from ISDN at this stage, BT have announced that the ISDN network will be switched off in 2025, meaning at this point any remaining users will need to move to Voice over IP technologies.

There is still a place in today’s communications market for ISDN and this should be weighed up against Voice over IP (VoIP).

We still fully support Digital ISDN and if you are looking to save money on existing ISDN lines, or want to discuss the options available to you for upgrading, please do get in touch.

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