With traditional fixed network technology now outdated, most lines will be switched to IP by the end of 2017. Most lines were switched to IP by the end of 2017. At the beginning of 2018, the full migration of customer lines to IP began across Switzerland to help drive the phasing out of the old infrastructure in those areas. Customers who did not migrate to an IP product then should do so as quickly as possible. Swisscom will provide them with support. Customers who have not yet switched to an IP product by then will be helped to do so by Swisscom.
The traditional connections used in fixed network telephony are affected by the switch to IP. In larger properties, lift telephones, alarm systems and building services that communicate using the fixed network need to be checked for their IP compatibility.
The costs will depend on the solution you choose. Swisscom is financing the investment for switching its networks and exchanges but the costs for switching building infrastructures will be met by the owners.
Alarm systems, lift phones, fire alarms: all major, and often life-saving special applications which are affected by the switch to All IP. Unlike fixed network connections, we cannot provide customers with direct support because the contracts for these applications are concluded with the respective providers and not with us. Find out more in our video.
Video total length 02:17 min.
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