Unity has never given away TTS licenses for free - the built in "demo" license that has restricted numbers of users, limited record time and the like does come with TTS but that's not for deployment in a production environment - it's for testing purposes only and with a 10 second or so recording limit you'd have a hard time using it.
You have to buy TTS licenses if you want to use TTS on a production system. It's always been that way, it has not changed in 4.x. You'll need to talk to your account team about part numbers, we don't deal with that out here.
indicating that Unity above 3.15 , realspeaker is included with all UM orders.
How is TTS sold?
A. In Cisco Unity 3.1(4) and below, TTS3000 is included with all Cisco Unity Unified Messaging orders. RealSpeak is an additional cost. For Cisco Unity 3.1(5) and greater, RealSpeak is included with all Cisco Unified Messaging orders. Upgrades to Cisco Unity Unified Messaging 3.1(5) do not include an upgrade to RealSpeak. RealSpeak is an add-on feature and is thus not covered by SASU.
you need licenses on your key to allow TTS sessions. They don't come for free and never have. The TTS sessions come with some of the licensed "bundles" you get but you _are_ paying for the TTS sessions in that bundle, they're not free since we have to pay the TTS vendor for them, of course.
As I noted, you'll need to talk about what to order with your account team - we don't deal with part numbers and ordering specifics and the like out here in the forum.
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