Legacy Phone Lines Are Draining Your Profits

Copper wire phone lines supporting emergency devices are being phased out while draining your profits. How will you stop the leak?

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It’s easy to look at your company’s legacy phone service expenses as just another cost of doing business. But you could be spending millions of dollars each year on wasteful overhead expenses. The FCC lifted its oversight of the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) which has allowed phone carriers to hike up rates and decommission services.

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With the future of the PSTN unclear, properties may be paying extra for copper wire phone lines, while their service may also be in jeopardy. Those lines at risk support many emergency devices such as fire alarm panels, elevator phones, building entry systems, safety phones, and more. It’s time to modernize and reclaim profits.

In this white paper, you’ll discover:

  • How traditional phone companies are exploiting loopholes to overcharge.
  • How copper wire infrastructure is shutting down at a rapid pace.
  • How phone lines could be costing you millions each year.
  • A step-by-step process for modernizing critical business communication systems.

Get this white paper to learn how businesses are saving money while keeping employees and tenants safe as phone companies continue to phase out these legacy lines.

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