The PageOne dual frequency alerting and pager service utilises multi-channel messaging to offer one of the highest levels of communications resilience.

Dual Frequency Paging + GSM Fallback = Triple Resilience Alerting

Resilient multi-channel messaging when you need it the most

These are challenging times, and with lone workers increasing the need for reliable communications has never been greater. PageOne is supporting the critical messaging for emergency services, utilities and many others during this unprecedented period. They utilise our resilient communications and dual-frequency alerting solutions which can be accessed via a mobile phone, amongst other communication devices.

Triple-Resilience Alerting

With the Responder pager, PageOne can now offer one of the highest levels of communications resilience from a single communications platform. Our Dual-Frequency and GSM-Fall-back pager service is now available for Acknowledge & Response Paging. Combine both paging services to protect your communications with true multi-channel messaging over a wide area; for when you need to know, now.

GSM SMS Fallback

Acknowledge & Response 2-Way Paging devices support multiple channels with the inclusion of a pager SIM card. The ability to ‘fall-back’ to the GSM mobile network (GSM-Fallback) works  by diverting messages via the mobile network if the pager is unable to detect a pager network. This provides additional backup communications in case the pager is out of coverage of the paging network. For maximum coverage and throughput, the Responder can be provided with a multi-network pager SIM card enabling it to lock onto any UK mobile network.

Dual-frequency Alerting

The Responder 2-way pager and s.Quad alert pager both support the ability to operate on two communication channel, meaning they are able to receive messages via onsite-paging systems AND PageOne’s national paging network. This allows a single device to operate as an onsite pager when local and will automatically switch to PageOne’s national pager service when off-site. This dual-frequency alerting also delivers additional resilience to an onsite paging system as even if a local transmitter fails the pagers can receive messages via PageOne’s national UK pager service network.

Dual-Frequency alerting allows an organisation to maximise their original investment in on-site paging by extending the reach, resilience and usefulness of legacy on-site paging networks, whilst also extending their service life.

Read our White Paper on why Triple Resilience is the most resilient Multi-channel messaging system available.

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