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Why use Microsoft Teams from Swisscom to make calls?

You can turn Microsoft Teams, the teamwork hub, into a telephone system: With Microsoft Teams Telephony, you can make and receive phone calls directly from the desktop and mobile app using your fixed-network number. Not only can your employees communicate more efficiently with everything taking place on the one platform, they can also collaborate more effectively using the Microsoft 365 apps.

Your benefits at a glance


One application for everything

Using one application for calls, chats, screen sharing and central document storage simplifies both teamwork and liaison with customers and suppliers.


Use on the move



Make calls with your fixed network number via an app and manage your availability, even out of the office.


Highest voice quality

We offer the highest voice quality over the Swisscom network so you can continue to offer your customers the best service.



Integrated virtual telephone system

The integrated virtual telephone system on the Microsoft 365 cloud can replace your existing telephone infrastructure and the need upgrades.



Microsoft Teams can also be combined with other Swisscom Services, such as Networks, Cloud & Security.




Professional support


Close, professional support during the transition phase and beyond – so your business gains the maximum benefit from your solutions.

What is Microsoft Teams Telephony from Swisscom?

Whether in the office, working from home or on the move: with Microsoft Teams, you can make calls wherever you are. As you are connected to the cloud, there’s no need for a physical telephone system and you are able to communicate with customers and employees via the desktop and mobile app in Swisscom voice quality.

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FAQs on Microsoft Teams Telephony

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Why is Swisscom the ideal partner for Microsoft Teams telephony?

“With Microsoft Teams, our employees have a modern collaboration tool. Thanks to Microsoft Teams Telephony from Swisscom, they can also make telephone calls.”

Guido Peter, Soudronic AG

Co-Head ICT

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