Lines & Calls

ISDN30 Telephone Lines

At Midland Telecom Networks Ltd, we offer a wide variety of telephony solutions to suit businesses of all shapes and sizes. If you run a medium to large sized business, that requires more than 8 lines or users, then business ISDN30 telephone lines might be the best option for you. ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) circuits are digital exchange lines that allow transmission of voice and data via copper telephone wires. Some of the many benefits of ISDN30 digital phone lines for larger businesses include:

  • Send voice, video and data for more than 8 users
  • Individual DDI numbers for your staff
  • Crystal clear voice quality
  • Fast Data transfer
  • Infinite capacity
  • Combine lines for higher bandwidth
  • Fast connections
  • Compatible with a wide range of feature-rich equipment
  • Ideal for large networks / linking offices with multiple sites

A single ISDN30 connection has between 8 and 30, 64k channels, which can ordinarily be used separately to perform different tasks simultaneously. They can also be combined, when required, for higher bandwidth tasks such as large data transfers or high-quality video calls.

With ISDN30, you get unlimited DDI (Direct Dial In) numbers, allowing callers to dial directly through to your staff, without passing through a switchboard. You get compatibility with a wide range of feature-rich equipment such as telephones, answering machies and fax machines, enabling you to connect to the latest digital technology.

At Midland Telecom Networks Ltd, we offer a free site survey to determine availability for ISDN30, which is enabled at most exchanges. If your business requires less than 8 lines, then it might be worth considering ISDN2 lines, which offer many of the same benefits for smaller enterprises. If you run a medium to large sized business, then ISDN30 is ideal for you. Contact us today to find out how to get ISDN30 lines for your business or to discuss your business’s requirements.

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