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When I try to set up Incoming call in Opsgenie, its by default is showing me Twilio option only and not showing me any number provided by Opsgenie.
Does that mean that the Jira Service Management and Opsgenie I am using does not allow to have an Opsgenie number and I must use and setup a Twilio number?
Please feel free to reach out via a Support ticket if you have specific questions relating to your environment or if you need to split Opsgenie into a Standalone product.
Hope all is well! Thank you for reaching out!
To confirm what you mention, per our Integrate Incoming Call Routing document:
"To use incoming call routing with a phone number provided by Opsgenie, you must use Opsgenie’s Standard or Enterprise plans.
If you’re using Opsgenie as part of your Jira Service Management [JSM] plan, you can’t use incoming call routing with an Opsgenie provided phone number." You would need to use a custom phone number from Twilio from US Region 1.
Hope the above confirms what you are seeing.
Sorry for missing your question. You are correct.
The Incoming Call integration in the subordinated Opsgenie in JSM Premium plan (or higher) allows you to use a custom phone number from Twilio from US Region 1.
The Standalone Opsgenie Standard plan (or higher) allows you the option to use an Opsgenie number (provided via Twilio) or use a custom phone number from Twilio from US Region 1.
Again, my bad for missing your question all this time.