Per number per month
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We connect your Microsoft Teams to our voice switch. Even if Microsoft’s service goes down, you’ll still be able to make calls.
Setting up Direct Routing on your own creates costs for equipment, personnel, and installation. Our service includes Direct Routing.
Our service includes unlimited local and long-distance calling. We don't do measured calling plans or force you into a plan where minutes go unused.
Go beyond with advanced call routing, analytics, and reporting. We can even help with specific compliance solutions.
You get the depth of knowledge of our in-house experts at your disposal for guidance and best practices to get the most out of Teams Calling.
Our Microsoft Teams expertise is homegrown in-house, not outsourced. Our on-staff experts dig deep to help you solve any issue, even if we aren’t the source.
"We were hesitant to switch over before the license change, but Atlantech Online was always available to answer any questions that we had and always responded in a timely manner, and professionally managed the cutover and then accommodated the license change."
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Microsoft Teams Calling is a feature within Microsoft Teams that allows users to make and receive calls through the app. It uses VoIP technology for audio and video calls, integrating seamlessly with the Teams platform.
To make a call, navigate to the Calls tab in Microsoft Teams, select a contact or use the dial pad to enter a phone number, and then click the call button.
Yes, Teams Calling lets you call any phone number, even if the recipient doesn’t have Microsoft Teams. This requires a Microsoft calling plan.
The essential requirements include a computer or mobile device with an internet connection, speakers, a microphone, and a webcam for video calls. A headset with a microphone is recommended for better quality.
Microsoft Teams can be integrated with existing phone systems using Microsoft's Direct Routing or Operator Connect, allowing you to make and receive calls through your current phone service.
You can manage contacts by going to the Calls tab. Here, you can add, edit, or delete contacts, as well as organize them into groups for easier access.
For call quality issues, check your internet connection and your device’s audio and video settings. Microsoft Teams also offers a network performance tool to diagnose network-related problems.
The participant limit varies depending on your subscription plan. For standard calls, Teams supports up to 300 participants, while larger meetings and webinars can accommodate more, depending on your Microsoft 365 license.
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