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.|
You must use either AT&T Dedicated Internet Service (ADI) or AT&T Virtual Private Network (AVPN) for high-speed dedicated access.
There is no limit on the number of calls that the service can originate per second.
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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