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Use ReadyTalk VoIP for Better Web Meetings and Collaboration

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ReadyTalk customers enjoy the convenience of hands-free meetings.

For better collaboration, you can now use ReadyTalk VoIP. Whether dialing-in on the phone or connecting over a computer, provide chairpersons, co-presenters and participants with the flexibility to choose the audio experience that’s right for them. Participants can use both VoIP and the telephone in a “hybrid” fashion, giving them the flexibility to choose the option that’s right for them. Additionally, VoIP is an affordable audio option for internal collaboration and smaller meetings. (VoIP is included as a free offering in some subscription packages, check with your account manager for details).

With the addition of VoIP, you can now select computer audio or phone as an option for joining a conference.

VoIP (voice over Internet Protocol) delivers reliable, high quality audio using a computer’s microphone and speakers. ReadyTalk’s fully secure VoIP is supported using a tier-one global telephony network.

During the next few weeks, VoIP will be enabled for all ReadyTalk web subscriptions through a phased release. 

To turn on VoIP, you'll have to configure your settings accordingly. Check the FAQ section of the ReadyTalk website for instructions.

For more information on how to get started, including turning on VoIP within your account, please check the FAQ Section of the website. You can also contact your ReadyTalk Account Manager for more details and pricing.

How will VoIP benefit your internal collaboration? Tell us below.


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