Great for businesses with 10 or more employees, ISDN 10/20/30 is a business grade digital telephone service that provides enhanced functionality and replaces conventional analogue telephone lines.
ISDN10/20/30 offers channel packages of 10, 20 or 30 with full incoming and outgoing voice and call functionality. Direct In Dial (DID) ranges are also available so you can allocate direct incoming numbers to each of the handsets within your business.
Services are scalable; start with 10 lines and a Direct Indial Range and move to 20 or 30 lines as needed. Transferring services to innoTel is simple and seamless – you won’t even notice the change!
innoTel customises its ISDN pricing to suit its customers needs. Contact us today to discuss your needs and we can provide you with a competitive quote based on your requirements.
Typical uses for an ISDN10/20/30 service include medium to large businesses, call centres and organisations which require a large number of incoming and outgoing extensions.
- Incoming and Outgoing calls
- Number Ranges (DIDs)
- Calling Line Identifier
- White Pages Listing
- Malicious Call Trace
- Call Redirection
- Easy upgrade options from a minimum of 10 lines up to an unlimited number in blocks of 10, 20 or 30
- Digital Service for crystal clear voice calls
- Great coverage; accessible to 96% of the Australian population
- Allocate each employee a phone number / direct extension (if required)
- Choose which number you would like displayed on outgoing calls (e.g. reception number)
- Number Ranges (DIDs) can be moved across telephone exchanges, so you can keep your numbers where ever your business moves.
PABX Phone Systems
ISDN 10/20/30 services are typically used with PABX Phone Systems; if you have an existing phone system, it may support an ISDN 10/20/30 service, or innoTel can arrange for a Phone System upgrade.
Services are delivered as Primary Rate Access (PRA) and integrate with PABXs that comply with the TS014 (Australian) and S038 (ETSI) standards
A great alternative to PSTN and VoIP/SIP in an NBN world.
Still not convinced about VoIP but want to keep using landline services for your business in a post-NBN world? Easy! ISDN services aren’t being switched off after the NBN is rolled out, so there will no disruption to your business when the switch off takes place, but also gives you piece of mind if you’re not ready to make the move to VoIP just yet.