Skype for Business PSTN Calling & Cloud PBX means that you can replace your existing telephone system and use Office 365 to call colleagues, other Skype users and phone numbers around the world.
It offers calling capabilities on the public switched telephone network (PSTN) so users can call traditional phone numbers, including landlines and mobiles, using Skype for Business. You can purchase phone numbers and calling plans as part of your Office 365 subscription. Phone numbers can be assigned to your users so that they can make and receive calls inside and outside of the organisation, directly from Office 365.
Skype Cloud PBX in Office 365 provides the features you need to replace traditional on-site PBX systems and the associated costs. You can use all the familiar calling features of business phone systems including call transfer, hold, and resume with a single touch. Take advantage of built-in voice mail, integrated with Exchange, to quickly respond to missed calls. Divert your phone to a colleague or answer calls for other people on your team when they’re unavailable.
Move your business phone system to Office 365 and eliminate the need for traditional PBX hardware and the associated maintenance costs. And because Cloud PBX in Skype for Business works with Office 365, your system is always up to date with state-of-the art features.
Provide your users with an integrated and seamless communications experience. With PSTN Calling, you can unify your communications services in Office 365 for increased productivity.
Easily transition from your old system to Skype for Business with advanced voice features. Answer, transfer, hold and resume calls with just a touch. And instantly transform basic calls into productive, collaborative sessions with text, video and desktop sharing.
Enhanced security features from encryption and security protocols to physical and operational security will protect your business. As part of Office 365, PSTN calling enables services, security, and support that traditional phone lines can’t match.