|at&t conference calls||
Telephone call among three or more people in different locations provided by
AT&T telephone company.
|verizon conference calls||
Verizon Communications, formed by the merger of GTE and Bell Atlantic, is
one of the world's leading providers of wireless-accessed 3+ party
|3.||video conference calls||
A discussion made possible by electronic communications between two or more
people in different locations. Participants view each other on screens;
real-time sound and video is transmitted between locations via the network.
|4.||phone conference calls||
A telephone call among three or more parties via a analogue phone. The sound
quality of phone conference calls is typically degraded by a loss of sound
over the telephone lines unless bridged and amplified before
|5.||telephone conference calls||
Telephone calls among three or more people in different locations.
A service feature that allows a call to be established among three or more
stations in such a manner that each of the stations is able to communicate
with all the other stations.
An estabilishing call with three or more stations so after that each of the
stations is able to carry on two way communications with the others.
|8.||corporate conference calls||
Two or more offices (meeting rooms) connected by telephone and capable of
maintaining a continuous connection.
|9.||audio conference calls||
Allows you to speak to more than one person at the same time. This can be
extremely useful for remote business meetings. To use this service, it must
be supported by your network and by your phone. You may also have to add
this service to your subscription.
See conference call [6.]
|bt conference calls||A telephone roll which, by making use of a BT bridge, connects more than two individuals at geographically distinct locations for simultaneous conversation.|
Live, two-way audio transmission between two or more locations. Usually
includes speaker phones and microphone amplification systems that allow
audio volume balancing for people at different locations from the
microphone. May also be supported by the use of FAX machines, etc. (See
video conference calls [3.])
A conference held between a number of people in different geographic
locations. Each has a PC with a video camera attached. Each person is
recorded on the camera and the image is played back on the other
participants PCs by a special application program.
|14.||cheap conference calls||
Conference calls not charged by your local provider but by your conference
company. Dialing a special toll-free number saves you money.
See audio conference call [9.]
A two way communication between two or more people who are in different
locations. This can be via video, audio, or computer systems.
A group-wide online communication process, conducted either via the Internet
or an organizational intranet. Conference participants can view online
presentations, communicate with each other via chat software or interact
one-on-one with audio software and microphones.
|at&t teleconference||Using AT&T phone, computer and communications technology to carry out a meeting between people in different locations.|
An electronical 'meeting' by telephone or Internet in which three or more
people in different locations participate.
One of the conference call ops.