University of Oregon

Conference Calls

Audio Conference Calling:

University telephones are capable of hosting small audio conferences:

- Analog telephones: can host up to two additional endpoints, for a total of three in a conference

- Digital or IP telephones: can host up to 5 additional endpoints for a total of six in a conference

              

For larger audio conferences, Network and Telecommunications Services (NTS) can schedule your use of our AT&T conference bridge lines. These can host up to 50 endpoints in a conference call. There is a $15 setup fee per conference, plus the cost/minute/call for your colleagues to use the AT&T toll-free dial-in number to the conference. 

NTS also rents analog conference phones at $5/day. These are high quality conference speakerphones and will work on an existing analog (not digital or IP) dialtone. Analog conference phones are also available from the Knight Library Media Center.

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  • Voice conferencing at the UO Telephones on the UO phone system have the ability to host small audio conferences.  The number of callers that can be accommodated depends on the type of phone...
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