Lines & Calls

ISDN2 Telephone Lines

At Midland Networks, we offer a wide variety of telephone systems to suit businesses of all sizes and sectors. If you run a small to medium sized business, then an ISDN2 telephone line might be the best option for you. ISDN2 is a network technology that allows a business to make more than one simultaneous call over the same PSTN or traditional telephone lines. These can be either voice or data calls, up to a maximum system limit of eight. If your business requires more than eight connections at any one time, then ISDN2 is not the ideal option for your business phone lines, instead take a look at ISDN30 Lines.

To set-up an ISDN2 system, it is not necessary for you to have a working PSTN service. However, your business should be in an area that has PSTN wiring in place. In the event that your business has been using a PSTN service and you would like to upgrade to ISDN2 phone lines, you do not need to worry about changing your telephone number. You can keep your existing number, thereby ensuring business continuity.

A further advantage of ISDN2 is that this service includes provision of several DDI numbers as per your requirements. With many DDI numbers, two or more people are able to simultaneously contact different individuals within the organisation. Moreover, making such calls does not entail contacting an individual at a switchboard to dial an extension number. This convenience will be appreciated by anyone making contact with your business.

ISDN2 digital lines are very scalable. For instance, you can decide to have a number for every device within your premises. These devices could be phones or fax machines. In addition, you could start by having only two connections and then, as your business grows, you can increase the number of connections as well as the provided bandwidth.

At Midland Networks, we have over a decade’s experience in business communications. If you would like to find out more about ISDN2 lines, then contact us today to speak to one of our knowledgeable team.

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