Making these upgrades sooner rather than later will give your organisation plenty of time to migrate to the new systems and learn how to maximise their abilities.
Cost Savings: VoIP offers lower network infrastructure costs. These reduced costs come from many areas. For example, inexpensive monthly or annual plans, low international calling rates, free calls between employees, no maintenance contracts and more.
Scalability: VoIP can easily expand with your company at a reasonable cost because you can simply add or remove new phone lines as your needs change.
Functionality: VoIP is much more than just making phone calls. Your system may have capabilities like instant messaging and video calling and much more.
The switch-off will affect everyone at home and work. This is because it involves the termination of the old phone network. It also involves the termination of any non-voice services connected to PSTN or ISDN lines.