Dial in or dial out teleconference
What is the difference between a dial in and a dial out teleconference?
To call or to being called
In teleconferencing, a distinction is made between dial-in and dial-out. What is the difference?
At a dial in meeting each participant calls to one of the (local) access numbers of newConference to join the meeting. The initiative for participation lies with the participant.
In dial out meetings each participant is called by the conferencing system. Call's can be initiated by the organizer/chairperson or by the participant.
The newConference solution
NewConference participants can both dial in as being called. Dial in and dial out can be mixed in one and the same teleconference. Dialling in can be done through one of our local access numbers. Dial out can be done by means of our Dial-out service or with Call-me. You may also decide to have our operators call your participants personally. This service is called newConference Executive.
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