Microsoft adds audio conferencing to M365
News|by James Roberts|10 February 2022
Microsoft have announced the extension of unlimited audio conferencing dial-in across paid enterprise, business, frontline, and government suites, enabling users to dial in and join Teams meetings from landlines and mobiles, as well as laptops, tablets etc.
The change will affect:
- Enterprise – Microsoft 365 E3, Office 365 E3, Office 365 E1
- Frontline – Microsoft 365 F3, Microsoft 365 F1, Office 365 F3
- Government (GCC, GCCH, DOD) – Microsoft 365 G3, Office 365 G3, Office 365 G1, Microsoft 365 G3, Microsoft 365 G1
- SMB – Microsoft 365 Business Premium, Microsoft 365 Business Standard, Microsoft 365 Business Basic
This change will be effective in March 2022 and prices will not increase.
Microsoft have stated: "Extending dial-in capabilities across the SKUs is simply the latest example of how we regularly deliver new value to support the changing needs of our customers. These changes will go into effect on March 1, six months after our August 2021 announcement, ensuring that our customer and you, our partners, have the time and the information required to plan together."
For more information on these changes, please contact our Microsoft team using for the form below.
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