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Silicon Valley video conferencing firm Fuze partners with BT
Allows users to make audio calls over BT's PSTN network
Silicon Valley enterprise video conferencing firm Fuze has announced a multi-year partnership with BT that will allow its customers to make audio calls over its software platform without an internet connection.
Specifically, the partnership will enable Fuze's business customers, who pay $20 per user per month, to make audio calls over BT's global telecoms infrastructure when a VoIP [Voice over Internet Protocol] connection isn't available.
Fuze CEO David Obrand told Techworld: "The BT partnership provides customers with access to BT's global network of PSTN [Public Switched Data Networks]. So wherever you are in the world, if for whatever reason you cannot get access to VoIP, you can connect to the Fuze service directly through a very high quality PSTN network which is serviced by BT."
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