Zoom Phone Beta Service Now Available in China and Singapore
We’re proud to announce the expansion of the existing Zoom Phone beta program with two additional countries, bringing the total number of countries and territories in beta to 27.
As part of the beta program, Zoom Phone now supports local phone numbers and PSTN access to qualified organizations in China and Singapore. This expanded geographic coverage allows Zoom customers to migrate away from their in-country legacy phone systems to consolidate business communications into Zoom’s all-in-one, video-first unified communications platform.
The 27 countries and territories now available in beta are Argentina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hong Kong SAR, Hungary, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Mexico, Norway, Panama, Peru, Poland, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Turkey.
These beta regions are in addition to the 18 countries and territories where Zoom Phone already supports general availability: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Ireland, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and the United States.
Zoom Phone beta service is available to existing qualified Zoom customers upon request. So, why request Zoom Phone beta service? Here are a few reasons:
- To learn about new capabilities: Become an expert on new features before they become generally available.
- To have your voice heard: As a member of the Zoom Phone international beta program, you will play a direct role in improving and influencing Zoom’s product roadmap.
- To help us deliver happiness: Your testing and reporting of issues before the product becomes available means you’re helping Zoom improve the user experience for so many others.
Want to participate in the Zoom Phone beta program? Contact our Zoom Phone experts. Or download the “Leveraging Zoom Phone” white paper to learn about all the benefits of Zoom’s unified communications platform.
Update May 12, 2020: We have adjusted Hong Kong’s designation to “Hong Kong SAR” in this blog post to align with the naming convention adopted by many of our tech industry peers.