What can be done with your existing PSTN lines?

So, What is PSTN?

PSTN stands for Public Switched Telephone Network, or the traditional circuit-switched telephone network. This is the system that has been in general use since the late 1800s. The phones themselves are known by several names, such as PSTN, landlines, Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS), or fixed-line telephones.PSTN phones are widely used and generally still accepted as a standard form of communication. However, they have seen a steady decline over the last decade. If you want to use ziwo call center solution and are wondering what can be done with your PSTN lines? Here are the possibilities:

Scenario A – You have PSTN lines with one or more numbers

Scenario B – You have your own PRI line

Option 1: Drop the numbers and use ziwo provided

Option 2: Transfer of ownership of the existing PRI range number

Option 3: Plug your PRI in our datacenter

References: https://www.nextiva.com/blog/what-is-pstn.html 

https://blog.wildix.com/sip-trunking-the-difference-between-pstn-isdn-and-voip/

https://www.zpesystems.com/public-switched-telephone-network-pstn-lines-still-best-failover-option/