PSTN Line or Fixed Wire Phone
PSTN (the Public Switched Telephone Network) is the traditional analogue phone system, commonly used in businesses and residences around Australia. PSTN runs on copper pair cables into your building.
PSTN can be used for phone lines, fax lines, EFTPOS lines and Internet access. If your business requires more than one (1) line, PSTN phone lines can be grouped together via a feature called “line hunt”. This means you have a main advertised telephone number, and when this line is busy it automatically cycles additional calls to the remaining auxillary lines, which feature line hunt. This would then be shown on your phone system as Line 1, Line 2, Line 3, and so on.
Reliance Telecom will find the best plan for your business. Whether your business makes a high number of Fixed Line to Local, STD, Mobile and International calls, we’ll find the right plan for you.
Benefits of PSTN phone lines:
- The service is readily available in most areas of Australia, offering connection to a constantly growing service, which currently reaches 97 per cent of Australian homes and businesses
- Available with a free standard listing in the White Pages telephone directory and in a range of pricing options
- Offers a 24 hour, seven day fault reporting service, so you can report faults at any time
Disadvantages of PSTN phone lines:
- Unable to transfer out to mobiles smoothly unless you pay for an additional service know as Business Links
- More expensive line rental than digital lines
- Unable to have direct in-dial to your desk for outside callers