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The switch from analogue to the new fixed-network telephony (IP)
Swisscom is switching its analogue fixed network telephony to IP technology. With 1.8 million customers on IP, more than three-quarters of our customers are already experiencing the benefits. Swisscom plans to switch all customers by the end of 2017. Find out what this change means for you, how you can benefit from the switch to IP, and where you can get support.
The old technology has come to the end of its life cycle. Internet Protocol (IP) is the most successful technology for data transmission worldwide. In addition to data, IP can also be used for image, film, music and voice transmission. Swisscom has been using IP for its Internet and TV provision for some time now and the switch from analogue to IP for fixed network telephony is also underway.
IP will simplify life in lots of areas. When all our devices, such as telephones, TV sets, radios and heating, use the same language and switch to IP this will open up completely new communication options.
Choose your landline or combo offer. You will keep your current phone number.
What are my options as an ISDN customer? Details
Sounds so unbelievably close: with our new IP landlines, you can enjoy calls with HD sound and a whole range of other benefits.
Our landline calls and HD phones offer crystal clear HD (high definition) sound. You can hear the other person clearer than ever before.
With our “landline to go”, you can receive calls from your landline on your NATEL®
Callfilter automatically blocks unwanted advertising calls, plus calls from anonymous or unavailable numbers.
Want to chat for hours on end? With Swisscom Line Plus, you can enjoy unlimited calls to all Swiss networks.
Your telephone’s display will show you exactly who’s calling (using Bluewin and local.ch). You decide who you want to talk to.