Analog Telephone Adapter

An Analog Telephone Adapter (ATA) is a device that allows you to use a standard analog phone or DECT base station with SIP accounts like Irish VoIP Call Plans or Cloud PBX solutions (as extensions).

The ATA will do the work behind the scenes to make this transparent to your family's use of your phones at home.


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