All the Phone Features You Need,
One Simple App You Already Use
Reduce complexity and lower costs
Setting up a business phone system usually means purchasing expensive hardware, adding another software for
your staff to learn, and being tied to a physical desk phone.
Microsoft 365 Business Voice removes the traditional complexity of a business phone solution.
What makes it better?
Call from any device and location
Use Microsoft Teams, a collaboration app you are likely already familiar with
Save money on hardware procurement and maintenance with a cloud-based solution
Enjoy calls, chats, and virtual meetings all in one app – Microsoft Teams.
Need audio conferencing? No problem. Every online meeting
has an integrated dial-in number.
All of your contacts and calendars are unified across Teams and Outlook,
making communication seamless.
Use the same number from your computer, mobile device, or desk
phone for consistency wherever you are.
One-click collaboration – make a call, schedule and join meetings, or
turn chats into calls with one click.
Harness the power of AI with automatic voicemail transcription, inline
chat translation, and real-time captioning in meetings.
You Don’t Have to Sacrifice the Features You Need
Microsoft 365 Business Voice features:
- Call Control
- Call Park Call Forwarding
- Call Transfer: Supervised & Blind
- Call Delegation
- Call Screening
- Call Hold
- Call Logs
- Call Blocking Do Not Disturb / Breakthrough
- Distinctive Ringtones
- Group Call Pickup
- Shared Line Appearance
- Hold Music
- Visual Voicemail
- Caller ID
- One-Touch Calling
- Dial by Name or Number
- Add Participants for a 1:1 Call
- Outlook Integration
- Calling Built Into Microsoft
- Desktop & Mobile Apps
- Teams-Certified Devices
- Integrated Audio Conferencing
- Unique Conferencing Dial-ins
- Conferencing up to 250 Participants
Communicate From Any Device
Choose from many ‘Certified for Microsoft Teams’ devices:
Over 70+ desk phone devices
Over 90+ peripherals, including headsets, speakers, and cameras
Over 30+ meeting devices, including conference room phones,
conference room bundles, camera equipment, and consoles