Say hello to your new internet-powered phone

Take advantage of the new IP technology

 
 
 
 
 
 

Why switch to an IP telephone from UPC?

By the end of 2017 all households still using analogue telephones will need to switch to IP telephony or VoIP or risk being cut off. Make sure your home is safe with us by making the easy switch - our customers already love making calls with our fibreoptic technology.

 
 

5 reasons to switch to UPC:

Over your IP phone calls are not carried over the phone line but over the Internet connection. Here are just some of the benefits:

Rely on us

You're in safe hands with our IP phone experts

Keep your old number

Simply switch it to your new phone

Cash bonus

We will cancel your Swisscom subscription for you and reward you with a CHF 50 switching bonus

Useful functions

Caller display, call forwarding and lots of other functions are a breeze thanks to IP telephony

Reduce your costs

Take advantage of low national and international flat rates and call rates

Choosing the best IP phone for you

Phone

  • Get billed per minute
  • Keep your old number
 
 

Phone CH

  • Free calls within Switzerland (fixed network & mobile)
  • Cheap international tariffs
  • Keep your old number
 
 

Phone International

  • Free calls within Switzerland (fixed network & mobile)
  • Free calls to fixed networks in 33 countries
  • Keep your old number
 
 

Questions about the switch

What is a IP phone?

On an IP phone, voice is carried via the Internet by establishing the connection from the phone to the traditional telephone network.

When will Swisscom switch from analogue telephony to IP telephony?

The switch has already begun and will be implemented until the end of 2017.

Who is affected by the switch?

All Swisscom customers who use the analogue fixed telephone network.

How do I switch?

With UPC, IP phones are already included in the cable connection. This means that you can simply activate your phone with us and continue making calls. For more flexibility and free calls to all Swiss fixed and mobile networks, we recommend Phone CH. With Phone International, you can also make free phone calls to fixed networks across 33 countries.

Do those affected need to buy a new phone?

Almost all fixed network devices, such as IP telephones or analogue DECT (cordless) telephones, can continue to be used, though a RJ11 plug is a prerequisite.

Exceptions include rotary dial telephones, pulse-dialling telephones and ISDN devices, which cannot be used with VoIP. In these cases, UPC recommends buying a new fixed network device.

 

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