if you like the idea please don't hesiate to message me! A little bit about myself: I study at the National University of Lomas de Zamora (This is in Buenos Aires) I do martial arts to keep myself in shape, I play the guitar in my free time and just started Salsa lessons.Really but really important, I love dogs Hello, am John from Nigeria, 19 years old currently studying in argentina.After Googling I found online many comments and posts dating all the way back to 2015 having similar experience with Skype.One of the best threads I was able to find was in Skype forum in Security, Privacy, Trust and Safety -channel.Microsoft bridge to see the phone numbers that are already assigned to your conferencing bridge or if you want to see the phone numbers that are available you can get new phone numbers to search for available service phone numbers.If you are looking for more information about dial-in numbers for a country/region or a city, see Phone numbers for dial-in conferencing.People can call into Skype for Business meetings using a phone, instead of using the Skype for Business app on a mobile device or PC.However, you first need to know if PSTN Conferencing is available in your country or region.
Skype for Business includes the dial-in conferencing feature for just this situation!
PSTN Conferencing is available in many countries/regions and offers toll and toll free numbers from the countries or regions listed below.
Some phone numbers from these locations are automatically assigned to your organization, but if you want you can get other phone numbers using the Skype for Business admin center.
PSTN stands for the public switched telephone network—a fancy way to say “the global telephone system.” It’s what we’re all accustomed to using when we make or receive phone calls, whether with an ancient pay phone outside a gas station or the latest fancy cell phone.
One of the key selling points for Lync Server was that it could be used to replace private branch exchange (PBX) phone systems; the idea was that you could remove expensive legacy PBX systems and replace them with Lync, using it to connect PC and mobile device users to the PSTN.