Openreach: UK businesses must prepare for analogue network switch-off

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Analogue phone lines will reach the end of their life by 2025

UK telecom infrastructure provider Openreach is urging UK businesses to audit their phone systems and devices, ahead of the planned closure of the copper-based Public Switched Telephone Network (PS...

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