The enforced disconnection of PSTN and ISDN business lines is the most common reason that businesses in 2019 are moving to SIP technology. Other benefits are scalability, reliability, remote working options, unified comms and cost savings.
As business premises become NBN-ready they will be forced off legacy telephony infrastructure like PSTN or ISDN, and onto SIP or fibre.
PSTN (copper line) disconnections have been underway for over 12 months and ISDN disconnections start in September 2019.
Unless a business already has a fibre connection in place, most will migrate to a SIP (session initiated protocol) product.
The main benefits of SIP are scalability, reliability remote working benefits, unified communications and cost savings.
Best Practice Guide to SIP Migration
This best practice guide is for anyone considering SIP as a replacement technology for PSTN or ISDN, or as an alternative to the NBN.
It shares factual information about SIP, the migration process, the costs, and how to manage a migration without downtime or disruption.Introduction: Top 3 Most Important Tips for SIP Migration
Chapter 1: Why consider a move to SIP?
Chapter 2 What is SIP and how does it work?
Chapter 3: Benefits of SIP
Chapter 4: Which SIP product is best?
Chapter 5: Moving from ISDN to SIP
Chapter 6: Will I need to buy a new phone system?
Chapter 7: Will I lose my exisiting phone number?
Chapter 8: How to get your business ready to migrate in 3 steps
Chapter 9: What will it cost to move to SIP?