Start Playing Conference Call Bingo Now

Posted by Vivienne New

17-Feb-2015 10:00:00

We all know that conference calls can be far from perfect, so we've created a fun bingo game for you to play next time you're on a call. Remember, many of these issues are unnecessary problems and can be minimised by talking to an expert conferencing consultant at Ozlink Conferencing. Until then, here are some more resources to help make your conferencing easier and more effective.

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Here's a quick guide to understanding conferencing:

Host and Guest Codes
The organiser is provided with a unique Host Code and Guest Code by Ozlink.

Host Code: This number should be kept confidential. It is used only by the organiser (account owner) to start a meeting.
Guest Code: This number is sent to the guests who are required to join the conference. Guests will be prompted to enter this code to access the conference.

Holding a conference
Holding a conference is simple and straight forward. It only takes 3 steps:

1. Organise: arrange the meeting and send all details including Dial In Number and Guest Code to the guests.
2. Dial: the host dials in and enters the Host Code followed by the hash key (#). Guests dial in and enter the Guest Code followed by the hash key (#).
3. Start: begin talking!

Choosing which number to use
Knowing which numbers to use for every situation can save you money and time.

           National Toll Free number:

  • Use when you have guests from both metro and regional locations
  • Ease of sending only one number to large number of guests
  • The host pays the carrier costs
  • Charged at a higher conferencing rate
 Local Access Numbers: 
  • Use when your guests are all metro based
  • Sydney guests call the Sydney number, Melbourne guests call the Melbourne number etc.
  • Each guest pays the carrier cost at the price of a local call
  • Charged at a lower conferencing rate


Topics: Conferencing Services, DIY Audio Conferencing

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