In the next couple of years, AT&T and Verizon plan to begin sunsetting their analog telephone service. They’ll support only digital communications, and fiber will replace copper. This affects far more than a few rural, residential landlines, too.
This change is a big one, and it has longstanding implications for major organizations like credit unions. In fact, your credit union should have a plan for updating analog telecom with digital channels. The time is coming soon.