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Legacy phone lines are draining your profits

POTS lines are becoming more expensive to maintain, leading many colleges and universities to seek alternatives. These legacy analog lines are used in life safety systems such as blue light phones, fire alarms, building entry systems and fax machines. However, carriers are phasing out these lines, charging more and providing less support.

In this whitepaper, you’ll discover:

  • How traditional phone companies are exploiting loopholes to overcharge.
  • How copper wire infrastructure is shutting down at a rapid pace.
  • How phone lines could be costing you millions each year.
  • A step-by-step process for modernizing critical business systems.

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