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Telephone Networks

Overline provide the perfect combination of great
customer service and savings on you lines and calls.

Stop Paying More For Your Lines & Calls

Saving money on your line and call charges is easy. All you need to do is switch to Overline’s telephone network services and in a few simple steps you could be making monthly savings.

…Overline saved us enough money on our lines that we were able to have a new phone system installed. Overall it still cost us less. We couldn’t have asked for a better situation.

Let Overline take care of your telephone network services and you will see how simple it can be to manage you businesses lines and calls. Thanks to Overline’s WLR3 platform we can make your switch completely effortless and once you’ve made the change simply view your savings via our web billing portal or via our free mobile app.

Up to 40% cheaper than BT

An Analogue line is a single copper cable that is run in to your building. Before ADSL was available Analogue lines were used for both voice and data. Now these lines are used mainly just for voice calls as the total bandwidth available is only 56k.

Overview

All line types have strong and weak points. See below how they compare.
Cost
85%
Functionality
60%
Scalability
50%

ISDN2 is an ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) service that gives a business the features of digital phone lines without having to commit to more than 2 lines. One ISDN2 circuit two channels and enables you to conduct two concurrent telephone calls at the same time over the one PSTN line.

Cost
85%
Functionality
85%
Scalability
75%

ISDN30 is a high-performance voice and data service for modern businesses with eight or more employees. Each ISDN30 connection provides 8-30 independent 64k channels. You can combine these for bandwidth-hungry applications such as high-quality video conferencing or transferring large data files.

Cost
85%
Functionality
85%
Scalability
85%

SIP trunking is Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and streaming media service based on the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) by which Internet telephony service providers deliver telephone services and unified communications to customers equipped with SIP-based private branch exchange (IP-PBX) and Unified Communications facilities. Most Unified Communications software applications provide voice, video, and other streaming media applications such as desktop sharing, web conferencing, and shared whiteboard.

Cost
95%
Functionality
95%
Scalability
90%
Telephone System Not Keeping Up?

Once you’re paying what you should be for your lines and calls, many of our customers use these savings to invest in a new telephone system.