Barton Telecom Services Ltd offer a full range of line ordering including Superfast broadband, Leased Lines, SIP Trunks, ISDN and Analogue.
We undertake all the hassle of the line ordering and install. You’ll have one point of contact where you will always speak to someone who has the knowledge to ensure you are always kept in the loop and have a smooth change over.
We offer extremely competitive call charges and line rentals. These include bundled minutes packages or if you prefer, ‘pence per minute’.
One main benefit of using Barton Telecom Services for your lines is the FREE CALLOUT service to prove line faults.
Unlike most line providers, we have our own team of fully qualified engineers who can prove whether a line fault lies with BT or if it is an internal premises fault. These are the same engineers who deal with all on site work.
Fibre to the Cabinet (FTTC) is a high speed broadband circuit that uses fibre optics from the exchange to the street cabinet.
Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) offers higher speeds than the FTTC services as it is a full fibre circuit from the exchange to your office.
Converged Broadband is a circuit which prioritises voice traffic over data, this is an ideal solution if you are using SIP trunks or a Hosted phone solution.
Leased Lines are the fasted internet connection available. They come with bandwidth ranges from 10mb to 2GB. Leased Lines are uncontended circuits which means your bandwidth is completely reserved for you. The resolving of a Leased Line fault takes priority over FTTC & FTTP, so any down time is kept to an absolute minimum with 24 hour maintenance in place.
SIP is the modern way of connecting to the outside world from your telephone system. SIP Trunks work over the internet and can offer savings on large line rental fees and call costs.
Many SIP packages offer bundled minutes which straight away lowers your monthly bills. SIP Trunks are extremely flexibility as they allow you to keep your number if you were to move out of the area or for example you could have a Birmingham phone number at your Manchester site.
ISDN has been given an end of life cut of date of 2025. This means BT are switching off all ISDN circuits after this time. ISDN lines are still popular and reliable, however most customers are starting the migration over to the more cost effect SIP Trunks. We will still continue to offer this solution right up to the cut off point should you require it. Click the link below to see the benefits.
Changing From ISDN to SIP
Analogue Lines can be useful for small business’ with a low demand for features. Due to better solutions now available for voice, these traditional lines are mainly provided for faxes, PDQ machines or broadband.
If you require any further information then please Contact Us and we’ll be able to find the best option to for your business.