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I agree with anonymous from October 30th. I too am disappointed with Microsoft and their current business practices which forces use of Microsoft Audio Conferencing for Teams PSTN dial in capabilities . With Skype for Business, integration with a 3rd party audio conference provider was possible.
In Teams,Microsoft will force the use of MSS Audio Conferencing service if I want that PSTN dial in capability. This means new numbers at minimum. And gaps in Toll-Free or Local coverage.
Additionally, The issue with "all eggs in one basket" scenario is troubling.
Not to mention if something went down and the type of service the smaller entities or should I say lack of service and responsiveness we get.