Future-proof Connectivity Road Map

Future-proof Connectivity Road Map

  1. Identify your current connectivity product.

  2. Identify what products are available.

  3. Decide which solution fits your business best.

  4. Speak to an expert.

By now, most of us are aware of the stop sell that happened in September 2023 and the upcoming PSTN Switch Off in 2025, which will require all businesses to move internet protocol (IP) technology.

Moving your business on to a future-proof connectivity solution is just one step to bringing your business into the All IP world, but arguably one of the most important.

Join us as we walk you through your first step in your journey to an All IP business, and your journey to future-proof connectivity.

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What solutions are retiring?

Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)

ADSL is a type of broadband internet connection that utilises the existing copper wires of telephone lines. It has provided a widely accessible internet connection, especially for small businesses for many years. However, ADSL is retiring with the PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) Switch Off due to its reliance on the traditional copper infrastructure.

Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC)

FTTC is a broadband technology that combines fibre optic cables and existing copper wires to deliver internet connectivity. While FTTC does use fibre optic cables to connect the exchange to the local cabinet, FTTC utilises traditional copper wire to communicate back to the exchange, which will expire with the retirement of the PSTN.


GFast, a specialized type of broadband internet connection, has been a reliable choice, particularly for smaller businesses, offering consistent connectivity through existing telephone lines. However, GFast, which is specifically available to premises located within 500 meters of the green cabinet, is also approaching retirement in light of the imminent PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) Switch Off. This transition is necessitated by GFast’s reliance on the traditional copper network. As technology advances, it’s pivotal for businesses to explore alternative, future-proof connectivity options to ensure a smooth digital transformation journey.

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