I would go far enough to suggest to not bother with even a Primary Rate
ISDN Line (E1 connection) and just go for an IP Telephony Service
Provider who can cater for your telephony requirements (eg. provide a
local phone number).
For the cost of a handful of telephone lines, you could put that money
towards a decent and reliable Internet connection.
On Wed, 2007-07-25 at 13:55 +1200, Ian McDonald wrote:
On 7/25/07, Jonathan Purvis <jon(a)purvis.co.nz>
5-10 external analog lines
One comment here - I would go with either an E1 digital line (which
can handle up to 30 conversations) or a data connection to an IP
enabled telco (e.g. Callplus).
Having this many analog lines would be a pain in the butt.