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The future starts when you install it

Get your customers ready. The UK is switching to all-IP by 2025. Prepare and protect homes and businesses with our Next Generation portfolio.


From fast and affordable to best in the business, you can get every customer future-ready with our alarm signalling systems- no matter their budget. They’re simple to install too, with a choice of fixed IP and wi-fi connected options. Plus, dual SIM and roaming 4G options for a more resilient wireless signalling.


By working with us, you’ll unlock new opportunities for your business. Enhanced monitoring that offers more detailed insights. End-to-end encryption to make connections more secure. And new mobile controls for both you and your customer. Because the future starts when you install it.


Find out where and when the switchover to all-IP is happening.

The move to all-IP explained

Why is the PSTN being shut down? How will it affect your customers? And what do you need to do to adapt? Watch our film to find out.

Join our live webcast

Register and tune in to our live webcast on 19 January at 9:00am. Our experts will give you the inside track on the switchover and tell you why you need to be thinking about it now. Plus, we’ll reveal a new addition to our Next Generation portfolio.

Frequently asked questions

  • The digital switchover has already started. You can see which communities are already moving to all-IP here. Forward-thinking homes and businesses are also running their alarm signalling over the IP network with our Next Generation portfolio. So you can start moving your customers over immediately to make sure they’re ready for the PSTN shutting down everywhere by 2025.

  • Despite what its name suggests, the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) doesn’t just handle calls. It also carries alarm signals from customers’ premises to their ARCs. So when the PSTN turns off, all the alarm systems that dial out using PSTN will stop working.

  • The all-IP network will send voice calls and alarm signals the same way as data traffic. So it’ll be more reliable and much easier to maintain, so customers get a better service. It also means they’ll no longer need to pay call charges for signalling. So the sooner they switch, the sooner they can save.


    The switchover is all part of BT’s wider investment in the country. Along with a full-fibre broadband and 5G networks, it’ll help unlock the UK’s digital potential, benefitting all of us.

  • We’ve more than 30 years’ experience in the security industry. We’ve developed all of our alarm signalling systems in partnership with ARCs, installers, homeowners and businesses. And we’ve designed them to be future-ready, working over 4G, IP or a combination of the two.


    All of our products work straight out of the box. Just power them up and they’ll start to connect. Push-button programming and easy-to-read OLED displays make configuring easy. Saving you time and effort.


    If that wasn’t enough, all of our signals are underpinned by the only UK network with 99.99% availability. And come with 24/7 support.


    Many of them also come with no upfront costs. And we guarantee to repair or replace any faulty unit for free for 10 years.


    View our entire product portfolio here.

  • All of our Next Generation alarm signalling systems with a fixed connection use IP, but that’s not the only option. Essential and Essential Extra are completely wireless, connecting to the ARC over superfast 4G.


    While the 3G network is also expected to shut down in the near future, our 4G alarm signaling systems will be unaffected. Keeping our customers protected for years to come.


    Our Advanced, Advanced Extra and Ultimate systems use both IP and 4G for true dual-path resilience.

  • When an area is all-IP enabled, communication providers will be contacting their customers. Those that have been identified as having a special service such as alarm signalling will be asked to contact their alarm service provider before the switchover. So you can expect a call from your customer. Where an alarm service is not identified then the switchover could still take place possibly leaving the site at risk. So this is why it's important to get ahead of the switchover.

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