Toll-based free audio conferencing service
All RHUB appliances under warranty include an audio
conference service at no extra cost. Restrictions apply. You may decide to use the RHUB audio conferencing service or choose your own audio
The RHUB audio conferencing service, provides toll-based
numbers in San Jose, California (Silicon Valley) , in the UK as
well as in Germany. This allows all meeting attendees to
participate in the audio conference. Participants are then
charged their standard long-distance rate for calling these
toll-based numbers, just as if they have made a regular
long-distance call. As an example, participants dialing the UK
number will be charged 4.3 pence per minute by their telephone
service providers. RHUB does not charge anything for the audio
The market value for toll-based audio conferencing service is
$500/year or more per meeting room with 10 attendees. For a TM-510 6-in-1 web
conferencing appliance with 4 meeting rooms, the value of the audio conferencing service from RHUB
is $2,000 per year.
We know how critical audio conferencing is. Almost all web
conferencing service providers offer free audio conferencing.
However, to save costs, most of them use "free audio
conferencing" services that costs nothing to them. The "free
audio conferencing" services direct calls to small telecom
providers located in the Midwest, who in turn are allowed to
charge higher termination fees to the telephone companies. As a
result, more and more telephone companies block the attendees'
calls to these free audio conferencing services. This will lead
to a poor experience and frustrations for attendees that cannot
join your audio conferences.
When it comes to audio conferencing, you can trust RHUB to
provide you with an Enterprise caliber experience.
Whether you or your attendees use phones (PSTN) or computer
headsets (VoIP), all can talk together. You can record and replay a
entire meeting session with everyone's voice and the presenter's
screen updates. You can individually mute/unmute callers (PSTN
or VoIP) and
view who are speaking.