SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Dialpad, the pure-cloud business communications provider on a mission to "Kill the Desk Phone," is now offering its feature-packed Dialpad Free phone service to any small business with five or fewer employees, across the United States. Previously, Dialpad Free was only available to Bay Area Google's G-Suite subscribers. Starting immediately, new subscribers can use either Office 365 or Dialpad's Open Signup to authenticate their new phone service and start dialing away.
"The addition of Office 365 integration and Open Sign Up authentication makes Dialpad Free available to just about every small business that has five or less employees across the country. This is one more step on our mission to kill the desk phone and the phone bill completely," said Dialpad co-founder and CEO, Craig Walker. "Small businesses should have more modern, powerful, yet simplified communications systems that allow them to work anywhere, anytime. Dialpad Free eliminates the monthly phone bill, and gives them many more powerful features, allowing these businesses to remain competitive without taking on a large financial burden."
Dialpad Free, which launched in December, is a subset of the company's award-winning business phone service. It provides its anywhere, anytime users with one free main office phone number and up to five extensions, all powered with an automated call attendant, call recording and call transfer. It also includes unlimited inbound and up to 100 minutes of outbound calling, 100 inbound and outbound SMS messages, voicemail, call logs, internal call transfer, call analytics, integrated conference calling, a live internal chat function, video calling between Dialpad Free users, and an easy-to-use collaboration suite.
ABOUT DIALPAD: Dialpad is communications simplified for every business. Available on any device, anywhere, the services include voice, video, messaging and meetings. Dialpad is the only communications system built upon the Google Cloud Platform and is fully integrated with Microsoft Office 365 and Google G Suite. Over 50,000 customers and more than 65 percent of the Fortune 500 use Dialpad including Uber, Motorola Solutions, Xero, Betterment, PagerDuty, Stripe and Quora. Dialpad investors include Amasia, Andreessen Horowitz, Felicis Ventures, GV, Section 32, Softbank and Work-Bench.