Analog Business Phone Lines
Simple Business Landlines for Reliable Voice Connections
The Original Standard in Business Phone Lines
Analog phone lines are as straightforward and no-fuss as it gets – with extensive infrastructure transmitting electrical signals, you can count on your landline when you need it.
Reliable Emergency Calls
Count on reaching first responders in areas with poor cell reception
Dedicating a landline to your security monitoring and alarms provides the safety you can count on
Keep your building up to code with dedicated phone lines for elevator emergencies
Telephone infrastructure spans the country and is available in even the most remote locations
Analog Phone Lines and Everything Else
iTel provides a broad range of options for all your locations so that businesses no longer need to work with multiple vendors to cover their operations. Run landlines to your remote locations while implementing robust VoIP options at your head office – all on one monthly bill and supported centrally.
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