AT&T IP Flexible Reach benefits
Integrate voice and data into one integrated access circuit
Better utilize network capacity
Combine voice and data into a dynamic network that integrates with existing PBX equipment
|Flexible calling plans||Includes calling plans that support inbound and outbound calling|
|Branch office extensions||Share trunks across multiple locations.|
|Virtual telephone numbers (VTNs)||Establish local visibility by assigning a telephone number to a phone not physically located within your location’s local calling area.|
|Web-based portal||Web-based performance reporting, call detail reporting, e-ordering.|
|Integration to PBXs such as Microsoft Teams||Brings together your premises PBX or your cloud-based Microsoft Teams PBX with AT&T’s highly reliable global network.|
With AT&T IP Flexible Reach, how do I connect to the AT&T network?
You must use either AT&T Dedicated Internet Service (ADI) or AT&T Virtual Private Network (AVPN) for high-speed dedicated access.
Are there limits on the number of calls that the service can originate per second?
There is no limit on the number of calls that the service can originate per second.
Why utilize AT&T SIP Trunking with Microsoft Teams?
Eases integration and management for a feature-rich set of voice and collaboration tools with optional calling plans. Use your premises-based Microsoft Teams certified Session Border Controller (SBC) or have it hosted and managed by AT&T. Plus, no need to port your telephone numbers for existing IP Flexible Reach customers.
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