Executive Package

Includes all features of Standard and Premium packages, Premium UC-One App Bundle, plus the UC-One Collaboration Bundle with all the features noted below,  including Business Class Features:

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  • The UC-One desktop client is supported on Microsoft Windows desktop and laptop devices. The client is a Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) User Agent (UA) that integrates and manages various features with the VoiceStream PBX server platform. Using this client, you can easily initiate and receive phone calls from your computer or facilitate placing calls from your desk phone.

  • On the UC One Desktop Client, you can share your desktop computer screen with a contact. While sharing, chat and voice calling is also available.

  • On the UC One Desktop Client, you can share your desktop with multiple contacts. You can initiate a group desktop share session, or add contacts to an existing desktop sharing session. Creating a desktop share session automatically creates a group chat session.

  • On the UC One Desktop Client, you can offer to send a file to a contact you are in a chat session with. When offered a file through the UC One Desktop Client, you can Accept or Reject the file transfer offer. After the file transfer has completed, the received files can be opened or viewed by the recipient.

  • UC One Desktop Clients and Mobile Apps support one-to-one Instant Messaging (AKA “chat”) with your contacts.

  • UC One Desktop Clients and Mobile Apps support group Instant Messaging (AKA “chat”) with your contacts. You can easily add a contact to an existing chat session, or begin a chat session as a group chat. 

  • UC One Desktop Clients and Mobile Apps maintain local copies of your chat history.

  • In the UC One Desktop Client, My Room is an always available and permanent room you can use to chat with anyone that joins. If you assign a conference bridge to your profile, you and your attendees can click the Call button to automatically dial in to the conference and enter the appropriate entry codes. If a conference bridge is not specified, you can initiate an N-way call in your room. The UC One Desktop Client dials out to all participants and takes everyone off hold after the last attendee answers. You can invite others to your room by dragging and dropping them from the Contacts list into the My Room Communications window. Others join your room by right clicking your name on their Contacts list and selecting Join Room.

Business Class Features:
  • Enables users to have up to ten phone numbers and/or extensions assigned to them. The usual ringing is provided for incoming calls to the primary phone number and users have the option of enabling a distinctive ring for calls to their second and third phone numbers. For outgoing calls from the user, the user’s primary phone number is the calling line identity. This feature is often used to allow a single station to be called locally from multiple originating local calling areas.

  • Enables a user to manage Barge-in settings to include allowing/not allowing users to Barge-in on your calls, and enabling/disabling the playing of a Barge-in warning tone.

  • Enables a user to define criteria that causes certain incoming calls to be redirected to another destination. If an incoming call meets user specified criteria, the call is redirected to the user specified destination. The user controls the service via the My Phone desktop web interface in My Rules, which provides the ability to set the forwarding destination address and the criteria sets for determining which calls require forwarding. A criteria set is based on incoming calling line identity, time of day, and day of week. Multiple criteria sets can be defined.

  • Provides an email notification to a user when they receive a phone call meeting specific defined criteria.

  • A Group Call Pick-Up Feature, which enables a user to answer a call, directed to another phone in their group by dialing the respective feature access code followed by the extension of the ringing phone.

  • This version of the Directed Call Pick-Up service enables the user to barge-in on the call if already answered, thereby creating a three-way call. Administrators can configure whether or not a warning tone is played when a barge-in occurs.

  • Enables a user’s phone profile of phone number, features, and calling plan to be temporarily loaded onto a shared (host) phone. It is comprised of two features: Hoteling Host (Multi-user Phone) and Hoteling Guest (Transportable Profile) that work together to allow the customer to designate specific phones (hosts) that users (guests) can temporarily log into and use as their own phone. When a guest logs into a host phone, their user profile is automatically transferred to the device. The host device then becomes the user’s primary device while they are logged into it.

  • Allows users to add up to 5 other parties to a call. When on a call, the user presses the conference button on the phone and dials the number of the add-on party. When the called party answers, the user hits the conference button to add the add-on party. The user can repeat this sequence up to 5 times enabling a call with 6 parties.

  • Allows a user’s phone to ring with a different cadence based on pre-defined criteria. This feature can be used as a way to quickly notify the user that a specific number is calling or when a call is from inside your group or outside your group.

  • Allows users to exclude themselves from the group and directory listings visible to other users.

  • Enables user to user intercom service across an enterprise. When a user dials the respective feature access code followed by the called party’s extension, the system requests that the called station answer automatically. Users and administrators can define accept and reject lists, which can include wildcards.

  • Remote Office enables telecommuters and mobile workers to use all of their features while working remotely. Since calls are still originated from VoiceStream PBX, the service provides an easy mechanism for separating personal and business phone expenses, as well as keeping alternate phone numbers private.

  • Enables a user to define criteria that causes certain incoming calls to be allowed. If an incoming call meets user specified criteria, the call is allowed to complete to the user. All other calls are blocked and the caller is informed that the user does not wish to receive the call. The user controls the service via a web interface My Phone, which provides the ability to establish the criteria sets for determining which calls are allowed to complete. A criteria set is based on incoming calling line identity, time of day, and day of week. Multiple criteria sets can be defined.

  • Enables users to define a “find-me” list of phone numbers that are alerted sequentially for incoming calls that match specified criteria. While the service searches for the user, the calling party is provided with a greeting followed by periodic comfort announcements. The caller can also interrupt the search to leave a message by pressing a DTMF key.

  • With Shared Call Appearance, incoming calls can ring up to 35 additional site phones simultaneously for an Executive Station, connecting the first phone to be answered.  If one of the phones is already hosting an active call under the line ID, incoming calls are delivered to the active phone and any outgoing calls from another phone using the same line ID are blocked.  Shared Call Appearance is used to associate your Mobile or Desktop client with your main number.

  • Enables users to have multiple phones ring simultaneously when any calls are received on their VoiceStream phone number. The first phone to be answered is connected. For example, calls to a user’s desk phone could also ring the user’s mobile phone, in case the user is not at his/her desk. An optional setting for this feature is Answer Confirmation, which requires the user answering the call to hit a digit on their phone before the call is completed. This ensures that a call is not picked by a voice messaging system before the call can be answered which may happen if a call is ringing to a cell phone that is turned off. With Answer Confirmation turned and a cell phone is turned off, other phones in the simultaneous ring list will still ring and can be answered.