Landline

Our Landline services range from International E1 and ISDN services for various business types, including enterprise, small sites; as well as remote workers who have broadband requirements.

Landline Key Features

Below is the wide range of high-quality key features that makes this product unique. It’s innovative and can be tailored to your individual business needs.


24/7
support


An engineer is available, all day, everyday

99% service level agreement


Because we are confident in our products

Built in disaster recovery


Built on FluidOne’s self-healing core

No hidden charges


Simple and clear billing

Scalable
solution


Works with digital/IP solutions

PSTN Services

We supply Single and Multi-line PSTN – (Public Switched Telephone Network) services for use with traditional PBX, fax systems, lift and alarm monitoring solutions; and DSL and FTTC broadband services. We also have in place service maintenance levels for your preferred solution and to best suit your requirements.

ISDN Services

BT Openreach ISDN2 and ISDN30 allows you to connect any size traditional PBX system, with the advantage of rich-feature capabilities, such as DDI’s (Direct Dial-In’s). We also have in place service maintenance levels for your preferred solution and to best suit your requirements.

Our Guarantee

FluidOne focuses entirely on the interests of our customers and on the delivery of service excellence. Every service is backed by a tailored end-to-end Service Level Agreement (SLA) or SLA+, which captures and targets the essence of the service relationship. Continual monitoring ensures that performance levels are always maintained and reported on.


From our HUB on Landline


Is the clock ticking for ISDN?

Posted on 30th November 2015

Integrated Services of Digital Network (ISDN) was the standard way of transmitting data (including voice and video) for many years. By using this system, people could get a better quality connection via traditional copper phone lines.

But what purpose does ISDN have in a world driven by high-speed internet?...

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Do you know your SIP from your ISDN?

Posted on 20th November 2015

In the technology industry, we all love an acronym but do you know your SIP from your ISDN and which is best for your business? According to Wikipedia, Integrated Services for Digital Network (ISDN) is a set of communication standards for simultaneous digital transmission of voice, video, data, and other...

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Is this the end of the Landline?

Posted on 4th July 2014

This week the Joseph Rowntree Foundation published their annual report which determines the amount of income and basic necessities needed by households in order to have what they term an ‘adequate standard of living’. The Foundation claim that along with being able to realistically afford food, transport and childcare, households...

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