Turn Microsoft Teams
into your enterprise
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Foster connectedness,
collaboration and productivity
in today’s digital workplace.

  • Microsoft Teams just got better.

  • You may have chosen Microsoft Teams® as your collaboration tool. But are you connected with the outside world? Verizon’s new offering, Verizon Calling with Microsoft Teams, allows you to expand your unified communication capabilities outside of your enterprise network—all on a single platform.

Verizon Calling with Microsoft Teams is best for:

  • Buildings


    Enterprises using Microsoft Teams for collaboration but which need to add enterprise-class calling

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    State, local and educational organizations seeking a unified platform to keep mobile workers connected

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    Small businesses looking to better manage communication costs without straining IT resources

  • Microsoft Teams

    What is it?

    Verizon Calling with Microsoft Teams is a bundled solution of cloud-based software and services that extends secure SIP connectivity for Microsoft Teams outside of your enterprise network.

  • Microsoft Teams

    How does it help you?

    This powerful solution enables more productive and collaborative communications among employees, partners and customers, since it extends your Teams environment beyond your business network.

Features and benefits

  • Powerful communications

    Get maximum flexibility with these unique Verizon Calling with Microsoft Teams features and add-ons.

  • Proven quality and reliability

    Leverage our experience as a communications provider, along with our industry leading SIP trunking and network services.

  • Scalable and cost-effective

    Take advantage of monthly, per-user pricing, managed services and automatic upgrades.

  • Easily integrated

    Verizon Calling with Microsoft Teams can be easily integrated into your Teams environment with minimal interruption to existing services.

  • Industry-leading SIP trunking

    Open up collaborative possibilities for your workforce, including mobility, video conferencing and online meetings.

  • Extended global coverage

    Empower your employees to make and receive calls both inside and outside of your business network, while controlling costs.

  • Enterprise-class security

    Protect your organization from a range of phone-based threats.

    • The future of workplace transformation is here.

    • Companies that don't invest in technologies that enable a more
      collaborative culture and support employees working from anywhere
      are at risk of losing their competitive edge. Are you ready for the
      new anywhere-work model?

      Learn more

Learn more about Verizon Calling with Microsoft Teams.

  • Work better together.

    Discover how Verizon Calling with Microsoft Teams can help you improve team collaboration and workforce productivity.

    Read the brief
  • Connect a global workforce.

    Find out how one company connected a global workforce to improve productivity and provide a better customer experience.

    Read the use case
  • Get better business results.

    See how a global food producer connects field, farm and factory using Verizon Calling with Microsoft Teams.

    Read the case study

Why Verizon

Our leadership in Voice over IP (VoIP) and collaboration continues to be recognized by analysts.

  • Verizon is recognized by Frost & Sulivan as the leading global SIP trunking provider1 — to  open the latest collaborative possiblities.

  • Evaluated by GlobalData as an overall leader in U.S. communication and collaboration services in December 20192

  • Received the North American SIP Trunking Market Leadership Award from Frost & Sullivan in December 2018

  • 1"Verizon recognized with third consecutive SIP Trunking Product Leadership Award". For more information, visit https://ww2.frost.com/awards/verizon-recognized-with-third-consecutive-sip-trunking-product-leadership-award

    2Verizon was evaluated as “very strong” in “Verizon—Collaboration and Communications Services,” GlobalData, Gary Barton, December 2019.

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