The big switch-off is coming. Are you prepared?

30th June 2022

We’ve seen significant changes across the workplace in recent years to support greater collaboration, and another major milestone is fast approaching.

Openreach will be switching-off its PSTN and ISDN networks in 2025. Legacy telecoms networks, many businesses rely on PSTN and ISDN for making phone calls and some data transfer. While it might not feel imminent, making preparations ahead of time is the best way to minimise disruption.

We want to hear from you

As the big switch-off deadline approaches, we want to know how our fellow members are preparing. Have you already made plans ahead of the deadline? Are you unsure of the best way forward? Do you have all of the info you need to make an informed choice?

We’d love you to help us out by answering a few simple questions as part of our Big Switch-Off Survey. You can answer anonymously, or submit your details and register your interest in a FREE comms consultation.

Learn more and take the survey

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