Voice conferencing refers to the joining of multiple telephone calls together into a single call, allowing each participant to speak to each other as if they were in the same room.
There are multiple ways that a voice conference can be established. Three way calling is initiated by a telephone on campus and can join that phone into a conversation with two other telephones.
Meet-Me and Meet-Me Plus conferencing use conference bridges to join multiple parties. A conference bridge is a scheduled meeting where a phone number and access code are configured for the conference call. All participants call the same number, and after entering the access code are joined together.
Please choose one of the following to view the different types of voice conferencing services:
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Ball State University
Muncie, Indiana 47306
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