Business PSTN Lines
PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) lines, also referred to as POTS or Plain Old Telephone System, are a basic telephone service and usually used by small businesses, home offices or as standalone lines for EFTPOS, Fax or delivery of a DSL service. It's currently being phased out with the introduction of NBN and VoIP technology.
PSTN lines use the copper network to deliver phone services. With the rollout of NBN and other broadband infrastructure, an increasing number of businesses are starting to migrate to Business VoIP and SIP Trunks. Although PSTN lines still have a purpose and in some cases are the only option, they may not be the right solution for your business. Call us on 1300 000 300 or CLICK HERE and we'll review your requirements and suggest the best possible option.
- Message Bank
- Line Hunt
- Call Waiting / Call Forwarding
- Fax Duet
- Three Way Chat
- Call Return / Call Back Busy
Business PSTN Plan
BusinessCom does not contract its clients to old technology. Our Business PSTN plan is Month to Month and allows you to upgrade at any time. It offers a low access fee and some of the cheapest PSTN call rates available.
PSTN ChargesMonthly Access Fee - $30
Term - Month to Month
Local Calls - 16c p/call
National Calls - 8c p/min
Mobile Calls - 20c p/min
13/1300 Calls - 35c p/call
All timed calls are billed on a per Second basis. Pricing includes GST.
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Let Us Ease the Pain
BusinessCom can help you relocate your existing telco services and pbx phone system. We can also organise new data cabling if necessary.
CLICK HERE to book a time to talk to one of our Business Consultants about your requirements.
Check to See If Your Business Can Be Upgraded to NBN Ready Business VoIP?
We'll check if your business has the necessary broadband infrastructure to take advantage of Business VoIP.
CLICK HERE to request a VoIP check on your business premises.
Yes. BusinessCom PSTN phone lines are supplied by Telstra which owns the copper network. That makes PSTN number portability seamless. In addition, BusinessCom has Local Number Portability (LNP) agreements with all the major carriers.
No. When transferring a PSTN line to a PSTN line, the changeover to BusinessCom is seamless and you won't even notice it has happened.
Yes. There will be no change to any of your existing PSTN line features. The switch to BusinessCom will incorporate the full transfer of services.
PSTN connection timeframes may vary upon the type of connection required and if there is a need for a technician visit. It usually takes between 5 and 10 business days to connect a PSTN line, however, a longer period may be necessary if a technician visit and new cabling is required. BusinessCom will inform you of the approximate connection timeframe at the time of receiving the Service Application Form.
No. There is no requirement for a telephone system and you can use a standard telephone handset to operate a PSTN line.
The telephone system requires analogue ports to operate with PSTN lines.