Conducting a Telephone Conference (Teleconference)
The NEC desktop handsets and Polycom phones can be used to conduct teleconference calls involving yourself and two other parties (maximum of 3 participants).
Skype for Business includes the dial-in Conference service. The dial-in phone numbers are in the Skype for Business meeting invite along with the conference ID (maximum of 100 participants). The dial-in number is local to South Australia. Please check with your provider on the cost of a local call to SA, Australia. There is no charge when calling from a UniSA internal NEC phone.
Optus ExecutiveMeet allows those with an ExecutiveMeet account to teleconference with multiple people. Accounts are allocated on a per user basis, and while there are no costs associated with setting up an ExecutiveMeet account it is important to note that costs are incurred when the ExecutiveMeet function is used.
> Conduct a teleconference using a NEC handset (maximum 3 participants)
> Conduct a teleconference using a Polycom phone (maximum 3 participants)
> Conduct a teleconference using Skype for Business Dial-in service (maximum 100 participants)
> Conduct a teleconference using Optus ExecutiveMeet (maximum 125 participants)
Note: If you need to conduct a teleconference with more than 125 participants please contact the IT Help Desk to book an Optus EventMEET call.