What Is Microsoft Teams Phone? – Tech Tip For November 9, 2022
Remote and hybrid workers are constantly on the move making the ability to communicate across platforms imperative. Flexible calling solutions help boost productivity on any device from tablets to PCs to mobile phones. That’s where Teams Phone comes in. Teams subscriptions include Teams Phone and enable calls from one Teams app to another. This month we’ll be looking at Microsoft Teams Phones, features, plans and pricing and Teams Phone hardware.
What is Teams Phone?
Teams subscriptions include Teams Phone and enable calls from one Teams app to another. Making and receiving calls to and from landlines and mobile phones on the PSTN in Teams is available with an add-on such as Teams Phone Standard or Teams Phone with Calling Plan or is included in Microsoft 365 E5. These options provide a cloud-based phone system in Teams with features such as hold, blind and safe transfers, and reporting features for professionals who manage calling solutions. Teams Phone replaces traditional PBXs and enables key calling capabilities with a cloud-based call control system that provides the overall telephony workload for Microsoft Teams.
What Are The Features Of Teams Phone?
Teams Phone offers a number of features such as:
- Audioconferencing features.
- Ability to transfer calls between devices.
- Spam call identification.
- One-to-one call transcription and recording.
- The ability to make and receive PSTN calls remains critical to many organizations.
- Utilize your own call center.
- Walkie-talkie on desk phones.
Learn more about Microsoft Teams Phone. To learn more about what Teams Phone can do for you and your organization, Contact us today. We provide insight into the features and benefits of Teams Phone for your company and can help get your business configured.
Important Microsoft Announcements:
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