FCC Order 19-721A instructed all telephone service providers to move from the legacy analog lines loops to an alternative service by August 2, 2022. This order allows carriers to raise rates to force conversions. See below for a link to the official FCC order.
Your current analog line provider is no longer required to cap their pricing. Some AT&T customers have reported paying between $500 to $1200 for ONE analog elevator line. If you haven't reviewed your current invoices, now is the time to do it!
Our solutions are certified to meet all elevator line industry requirements and install quickly. Replacing analog elevator lines is not only a cost savings move, it will help you meet compliance regulations and give you peace of mind with battery back up protection.
Stop paying $100, $200, $500+ for analog lines! Our solutions are certified to meet NFPA 72, UL 2054, ASME A17.1B, UL 864, UL 62368-1, UN 38.3, PCI (Payment Card Industry), CA Federal Marshall, and Federal Communications Commission requirements.
Well, we HOPE you're not still using analog fax machines, but if your industry is one that lives and dies by the fax, stop paying for analog lines and transition to a replacement service is 5 to 10 times less expensive! You'll be glad you did!
Door and gate entry and public safety phones should be converted away from analog dial tone ASAP! You'll save dollars, add back up power, and you'll give given a portal to manage all lines that you switch from analog to cellular. That's a huge benefit!
Full title of the order: Petition of USTelecom for Forebearance Pursuant to 47 U.S.C. Section 160(c) to Accelerate Investment in Broadband and Next-Generation Networks