2025 will see the biggest change in the telecoms industry in a generation, affecting not only businesses, but local authorities and residential users too.
In much the same way the analogue TV switch-off meant that those that had ignored the warnings were greeted by a snowy screen, the consequences of not being prepared for the analogue switch-off could mean a total loss of telephony.
We would encourage all businesses and care providers to get in touch on 0131 3000 103 and we'll be happy to provide a free no-obligation review of your telephone and broadband services to ensure you won't be caught out, and highlight how these new technologies can improve your day to day working.
This switch-off of PSTN is being driven by telecoms industry, specifically by the adoption of advanced broadband services, such as full fibre technology, by both providers and customers. In the UK, communications regulator, Ofcom, is working with industry to ensure that the switchover occurs with minimal disruption to end users and to ensure that telecoms providers continue to meet regulatory requirements.