Copper Price Increase

How to escape the ever-increasing cost of copper-wire phone service

Dec. 27, 2022

“The PSTN is headed toward an inevitable sunset.” The FCC declared this about Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN), also known as copper-wire phone lines or plain old telephone service (POTS).

As a result, costs of maintaining POTS lines for mission critical devices, such as elevator phones and fire alarm panels, are skyrocketing.

We’ll walk you through the key steps for maintaining your critical devices while reducing costs including:

  1. Auditing your company for copper lines
  2. Selecting the best vendor
  3. Installing your new system
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