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|Conferencing||Meeting capacities for up to 500 participants|
|Instant messaging||Send text, image, and audio files across desktop, laptop, tablet and mobile|
|Zoom rooms||Build collaboration conference rooms with a software-based room solution|
|Meeting recordings||Record and store audio, video and shared content from virtually anywhere at no additional cost|
|Webinar options||Up to 100 interactive video participants and up to 10,000 view-only attendees|
|Security||Highly secure end-to-end encryption|
Frequently Asked Questions
- How does licensing work?
Customers can purchase AT&T Conferencing with Zoom either under a cost per minute (CPM) model or individual user license model.
- What is the conference meeting capacity?
Zoom Meetings are sized 100, 200, 300, 500 or 1,000. The number indicates the cap on total number of participants who can attend a single meeting. To meet the needs of larger meetings, consider Zoom webinars which can handle up to 10,000+ participants.
- Most of our meetings require fewer than 100 participants, but occasionally we need to host calls with up to 500 participants. What service should I buy?
Zoom Meetings 100 should meet your everyday conferencing needs with Zoom Webinars 500 meeting your larger meeting needs.
- What are the billing elements?
There are two billable components: A video/web conferencing license that is billed under a cost per minute (CPM) or individual user model, and global audio conferencing that is billed under a CPM or Flat Rate model.
- What’s included?
The service features high definition video, web sharing, on-net and off-net global audio conferencing, instant messaging/chat, presence, unlimited free cloud recording of meetings (video, audio, shared material) and transcription services.
- Is there an app?
There is an app but it does not need to be pre-installed. When invited to a meeting via a URL link, you will get a prompt to download the app when you click on the link.
- Is there an Outlook plugin?
Yes, as well as one for IBM Notes.
- How does this work with my existing conferencing service?
Customers that already have AT&T audio conferencing can keep their same phone numbers and access codes. AT&T audio credentials will automatically appear in Zoom meeting invitations.
- Can I tap into our telepresence rooms with AT&T Conferencing with Zoom?
Yes, the Cloud Room Connector enables H.323 and SIP video endpoints to seamlessly meet with other conference rooms, desktops, or mobile devices in the Zoom cloud and leverage those technology investments.
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