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Digital Voice

Test at our lab


TalkTalk is committed to supporting our customers in the move to Digital Voice and to making the transition as smooth as possible. We’re inviting companies that supply or manufacture equipment that runs over the analogue voice network to test it on the digital network.

Third Party suppliers and manufacturers are encouraged to test at our lab in Irlam, Greater Manchester. Just complete the form and we’ll be in touch.

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Who's tested?

The following companies have visited the TalkTalk test lab to test their equipment on FTTP and FTTC routers using direct connection to the router or the ATA (Analogue Telephone Adapter) port on the router. Read more about the lab and the kinds of organisations using it here.

TalkTalk does not endorse any of the companies listed below or their products and services. The information has been provided by the companies themselves. Furthermore, TalkTalk makes no guarantee that any third party equipment will fully work on its network. Any issues with such equipment must be taken up with the supplier directly.


Avire delivers an extensive range of safety and communication products for lifts including light curtains, emergency telephones, connectivity solutions, and displays. Avire products are installed in over four million buildings worldwide and are made up of market-leading brands each with their own unique histories and specialties.

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Matt Davies



BT Redcare

BT Redcare provides trusted and reliable alarm 
signalling to keep homes and businesses safe.

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Rob McLoughlin



Network Communication Systems

Network Communication Systems Ltd (NCS) is a specialised and independent manufacturer of a wide range of telecare equipment. They facilitate the design, production, installation and maintenance of telecare systems.

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Paul Eden




Possum provide an advanced range of analogue and
digital care phones and alarm accessories, as well
as PossumCare Assistive Technology Solutions.

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Peter Swales




Sanandco have produced a product called MonitorMe. This is an ordinary landline telephone complete with vital signs sensors, primarily targeted at elderly and chronically ill customers who are in need of regular monitoring of health conditions from their own home.

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Julian Holmes




trueCall manufactures equipment to block nuisance and scam phone calls.

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Steve Smith




Tunstall provide dispersed and group living community alarm systems, telecare and associated equipment and services, monitoring centre systems and services.

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Kevin Avery