The procedure to link your telephony system with Microsoft Teams is fairly simple. First, you must figure out if the Microsoft Teams Direct Routing is available in your country. You can check out from the list of countries on Microsoft Teams details from Microsoft. Once your country is there, you must get the necessary licenses from Microsoft. For PSTN calling, the users need to have Microsoft 365 licenses like Business Basic, Standard, and Premium or Enterprise licenses like E1, E3, and E5 including Business Voice or Phone System add-on. After that, you are all set to port existing numbers or purchase new numbers from your current PSTN Network provider and hook these up directly to Teams users together with a calling plan. Alternatively, you can connect Teams to your existing cloud PBX, leaving all your current telephony infrastructure, numbers, and PSTN Network provider as it is.
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