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Can someone recommend a good 3rd party conference bridging service
I'm in need of a 3rd party conference call bridging service. I was going to google and search around , but I was hoping for recommendations of reliable services which people here could recommend.
I'd just need a service that 3+ people could join in on a conference call.
For that small, just use Ventrilo.
I already have a VOIP system that we use in-house. I suppose a system that supports more than 3 people in a bridged conference call would be ideal. Our phones only support 3 people within a bridge so If you have used a service that is able to handle more than 3 (i.e. 5-10) , that would be great.
I've been looking at GoToMeeting -- has anyone tried this?
I believe that is what WebHost Boot Camp was using for their webinars, if I'm not mistaken. I thought it was pretty good actually, and you could also type as well, if I remember correctly.
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EDIT: Nevermind, I think the correct one is Voxwire! http://www.voxwire.com/
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i noticed that gotomeeting charges an extra $50/month on top of the $49/month to utilize a 1-800 number for your meetings. something tells me thats kind of pricey.
Join.Me is very good, you can share screens and also has built in conference bridge.
Best Part - Its FREEE !
We used to use onconference.com for our regular conference calls with our suppliers. Works well and reasonably priced.
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