Friday, 15 May 2020 15:14

Next Telecom launches MS Teams for Business

By Next Telecom

VENDOR ANNOUNCEMENT: Next Telecom Group is pleased to announce the release of MS Teams as part of its cloud telephony product range. Next Telecom has developed an innovative solution to integrate your phone services with Office 365 and Microsoft Teams using the direct routing for Microsoft Teams.

By utilising a Next Telecom Sip service and MS Teams direct routing, you can now connect using existing phone numbers and the phone system built into Office 365. Next Telecom will provide a simple, cost effective and reliable solution that is ideal for employees working from home or outside their office environment.

Gavin Roache, Executive Director at Next Telecom, has launched both pay as you go and a call inclusive capped plan. “Pricing is flexible and tailorable based on the size and requirements of the organisation. It’s the service and project management at Next Telecom that makes this product work, this is not something to buy online without service support and without trained staff”.

This compliments our range of Cloud Telephony which includes Next Advantage Enterprise, Next Advantage SME, Next Sip and MS Teams. This delivers our customers the opportunity to choose which product and features are best suited for their organisation.

About Next Telecom:

Next Telecom was founded by Ryan O’Hare, Gavin Roache and Mark Manion in 2008. Built to be the pre-eminent multi award winning telecommunications provider to the SME and corporate business markets in Australia, its passion is to deliver an unsurpassed customer experience across all products while transforming the future technology value proposition to its customers.

For more information please visit www.nexttelecom.com.au

Next Telecom Pty Ltd

ABN 77 074 723 724


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