The ISDN Switch-Off: What Scottish Charities Need to Know

The ISDN switch-off in Scotland is scheduled to take place in 2025. This is a major change for charities that rely on ISDN or analogue telephony, and it's important to start planning for the transition now.

Why is the ISDN switch-off happening?

The ISDN switch-off is being carried out in order to make way for newer, more reliable and efficient technologies. Fibre optic connections are now the standard for telephone and internet services, offering the following advantages over copper-based connections, including faster speeds, greater reliability, and improved security.

What are the benefits of digital telephony?

Digital telephony offers numerous benefits for charities, including:

How can SCVO and DB Comms help?

SCVO and DB Comms have a longstanding partnership and are committed to helping Scottish charities make the transition to digital telephony. We can help you assess your needs, choose the right solution, and negotiate the best possible price. We can also provide you with ongoing support and maintenance to ensure that your system is always up and running.

What are the next steps?

If you're a Scottish charity that relies on ISDN or analogue telephony, it's important to start planning your transition to digital telephony now. We encourage you to contact SCVO or DB Comms to learn more about how we can help.

Contact us today to discuss your digital telephony needs.

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We believe that digital telephony can help charities improve their communication and efficiency, and we are committed to helping charities make the most of this technology. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help.