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# 100838 19-Apr-2012 14:12
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Hi There!

I have a client who is looking for a cost effective but good quality external conferencing setup so they can link 15 store managers together for 2 hours once a week (Just audio)

Their teleco provider wanted to charge a huge amount ($60 for 15 minutes). 

I found 
www.allconferencecalls.co.nz
 and a few others, but I was curious if anyone here had any experience using services such as this or could recommend something?


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  # 611907 19-Apr-2012 14:18
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We use Arkadin right now.

http://www.arkadin.com/




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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  # 611911 19-Apr-2012 14:25
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Put in Asterisk on VPS with 2talk trunks?




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  # 611944 19-Apr-2012 15:01
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Zeon: Put in Asterisk on VPS with 2talk trunks?


+1 for that!
Grab some cheap IP phones (cisco phones are less than $100) and you are away laughing.



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  # 611950 19-Apr-2012 15:09
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Perhaps I wasn't clear. They don't want to do this themselves, they are looking for a provider that can do it for them, like a hosted arrangement where each location has a dial in number.



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  # 611961 19-Apr-2012 15:14
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Why would it be ITPro if I want to use Telephone lines for Telecomferencing? (So I know where to put it next time)

 
 
 
 


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  # 612029 19-Apr-2012 17:03
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Why not just get an account with a web-conferencing service like http://www.meetingburner.com/ or http://www.gotomeeting.com/ and then use that rather than sign up for an expensive Telecomferencing service? Many of them even have a bundled conference line that you can call into - all for about $20/month.

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  # 612048 19-Apr-2012 17:59
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My partners company uses webex and ibeam

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  # 612070 19-Apr-2012 18:42
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In what parts of NZ are the staff/stores?


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