Video conferencing is the next best thing to meeting in person.
Phone.com customers can enjoy first-class audio, video, and web conferencing that empowers communication from any device, anywhere.
The security of video meeting solutions has received a lot of attention recently, so this is an important question. Phone.com takes your security seriously.
Any computer that can run the latest version of Chrome should have no issues with Phone.com Video Meetings.
If you’re using a laptop, tablet or phone to access Video Conferencing, the built-in camera, microphone and speaker can be used if available. If you’re on a desktop or a laptop without a built-in camera, any commercially available webcam will work. For best results, choose an HD webcam.
Most webcams come with built in microphones that can be used, but any microphone that can connect to your computer should work. Alternatively, you can use a phone to dial in to the audio portion of the conference.
Any speakers that can connect to your computer should work for sound as well.
Phone.com Video Meetings is available for all Phone.com users.
You can compare user types and pick the features that are right for you.
One video meeting host is included for each Phone.com user. There are no per-minute fees and there is no charge for attendees. Get started by signing up for Phone.com.
The maximum number of video attendees depends on the user type you select:
Basic: 10 Meeting Participants
Plus: 25 Meeting Participants
Pro: 100 Meeting Participants
Yes, if you have joined the meeting from a PC with a browser. You can not share your screen from a mobile phone, but you can see the screens of others who are sharing.
Chrome and iOS.
Once you’ve logged into your personal meeting room, you will find a link on the top right-hand side of the screen. Simply email this link to invite others to join your meeting.
Yes. HIPAA compliance is included for Plus and Pro users.