Many businesses utilising Microsoft Teams for internal collaboration can now benefit from the ability to make and receive calls by enabling Microsoft Teams as a complete cloud-based UC solution with Enterprise-grade telephony.
Give your Microsoft Teams a voice with confidence -benefit from a highly reliable, resilient architecture with Direct Routing from the UK’s No.1 SIP Trunking provider with simple provisioning, enhanced call control features and carrier-grade infrastructure.
Enable native voice capability into Microsoft Teams as an alternative to Microsoft Calling Plan without needing on-premise hardware.
All are provided at a competitive price as a complete cloud solution.
Give Microsoft Teams a Voice Delivering a Better Experience
Enable native voice capability into Microsoft Teams as an alternative to Microsoft calling plans without needing on-premise hardware. Teams – Direct Routing utilises Microsoft-certified Session Border Controllers (SBCs) to deliver better value, greater flexibility, increased functionality and support for migration, all as a cloud-based service.
Microsoft Teams: Direct Routing provides connectivity to your Microsoft Team’s tenant, enabling full PSTN breakout on the public telephone network. Connection from Microsoft Teams to our network is via an IP connection (for example, our Broadband or Ethernet) and is delivered as an end-to-end service with high availability.
When purchased through a provider such as ourselves, Microsoft Teams Essentials with Microsoft Entra ID (formerly Azure Active Directory) includes additional features at the same price as Teams Essentials purchased from the Microsoft website but with so much more Value Added!
Teams Essentials uses Microsoft Entra for identity management instead of Microsoft Accounts. Additional features include Teams channels, Whiteboard, meeting recordings, real-time translation, breakout rooms, meeting notes, noise suppression, third-party app extensibility, and centralised management and configuration.
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