Join the audio portion of meetings by dialing a tolled or toll-free phone number and entering a PIN.
Use a global dial-in number to join a meeting from virtually any mobile device, or dial out to help others join a meeting.
Add Audio Conferencing to your Office 365 E1 or E3 plan for free for a limited time.1 After the offer period, it’s available to purchase per user per month or as a pay-per-minute option. It’s included with Office 365 E5 and Microsoft 365 E5 plans.
Get a detailed list of the standard subscription and pay-per-minute rates for your agreement by country or region and by currency. Communications Credits rates are for charges not included in your subscription plan.3
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Find a complete list of Audio Conferencing availability by country and region.
Communications Credits offer a pay-as-you-go model that allows Microsoft Teams users to pay for service outside of their subscription offerings. In addition, Communications Credits are a way to safeguard potential service outages if a user exceeds the allocated monthly minute limits within their subscription. Learn more.
Both services are add-ons for Office 365 E1, Microsoft 365 E3, and Office 365 E3 customers. Audio Conferencing is a monthly subscription that provides customers the Audio Conferencing service via Microsoft Teams. Audio Conferencing Pay-Per-Minute allows a customer to set up conferencing through Microsoft Teams. To use the conferencing service, the customer must have a Communications Credits account and will be billed per minute for inbound and outbound conferencing minutes.
For Audio Conferencing services, there is a distinction between two types of countries. Countries that are considered “Zone A/included dial-out” will have 60 minutes per user per month of dial-out conferencing, pooled at the tenant level, included as part of their service plan. Learn more.
Customers in countries that are considered “pay-as-you-go dial-out” will not have dial-out conferencing included in their service plans. For Customers in “pay-as-you-go dial-out” countries, you must establish a Communications Credits account and you will be charged by the minute for all dial-out conferencing usage. Learn more.
Meetings must be organized by a user licensed for Audio Conferencing. Administrators can add users in the admin center. Learn more.
1. Get Audio Conferencing for free, available now until June 30, 2021 for any Enterprise Agreement customer, or any customers purchasing through partners or on the web. Customers purchasing through partners or on the web may acquire free Audio Conferencing licenses for up to twelve (12) months by visiting their admin portal. Offer is available only for net new Audio Conferencing seats (defined as seats incremental to any existing seats as of August 1, 2020) for customers with paid subscriptions that include Teams. Excludes users accessing Teams via a trial offer. Not available to customers and users based in India and to customers in China. If you’re an Enterprise Agreement customer without a Microsoft Account representative, work with your Enterprise Agreement reseller to request the promotion. Standard limitations and trial terms apply. See full Enterprise Agreement terms and conditions.
2. Microsoft reserves the right to limit or terminate use of the capability in the event of abnormal usage or suspicion of use for fraudulent purposes. Learn more.
3. Rates listed (for tenants provisioned in the United States) don’t include tax. International dial-out rates are subject to change monthly, and individual rates are not locked during the term of your agreement. Changes will be minimized where possible to avoid disruption while ensuring prices remain competitive with local market rates and conditions.
4. Download standard subscription or pay-per-minute rates. Standard subscription rates include dial-in calls to toll-free numbers and dial-out calls. Pay-per-minute rates include dial-in calls to toll numbers, dial-in calls to toll-free numbers, and dial-out calls.