It’s a polite enquiry you hear whenever you visit your favourite fast food outlet: “Would you like fries with that?”.
When it comes to telephone technology, it tends to be mobile phones that grab most of the headline space. But with BT having recently confirmed plans to de-commission its ISDN (Integrated Service Digital Network) infrastructure by 2025 to make way for its successor SIP (Session Initiated Protocol), it’s time for fixed lines to take centre stage in the telecoms revolution.
In today’s 24/7 world, we’ve never been busier. So, with an increasing array of demands on our time, making sure that we make the most of it helps us stay focused on the things that really matter.
It’s common knowledge that ‘non-geographic’ 0800 numbers are free to call from landlines. Call from your mobile, however, and you’ll often be notified that there’s a charge. What’s more, it’s not often clear what that charge is, or how much it costs.
It might be mobile telecommunications that always seem to grab the biggest share of the headlines, but fixed line technology remains a critical consideration for any business.
We’ve worked with many of our clients for years, supporting them as their businesses have grown and their communication needs have changed.