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Thank you for letting us know about this.
The main issue I see at this point is the “Global Toll Call-in (where available)” , which we found to be limited and not address all of the various countries IEEE-SA participants are from, such as and not limited to China. However, given the larger number of seats that I would believe IEEE SA is negotiating for and the times we are in, perhaps you are getting a better deal?
Also, please note the feedback I have received from within IEEE 802 is that the WG Chairs don’t want total reliance on a VOIP approach. Therefore, the ability to have true global call-in or call-back is critical.
Please have the IEEE Webex Co-ordinator provide the complete list of countries that will be supported with “Global Toll Call-in (where available)”. Please note I have found getting these lists to be extremely challenging.
I am essentially the webex co-ordinator for 802, so you can have that person follow-up with me.
From: Adam Newman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Here is the information.
“There is a limit of 1000 participants in the two-way audio ("Call using Computer" and Call-In/Call-Back"). However, Event Center supports an Audio Broadcast feature which allows for up to 3000 participants...
The SA accounts will have unlimited VoIP, Global Toll Call-In (where available), and Domestic (US and Canada) Call-Back.”
If it will work for 802 can work with Jonathon to transition to the SA accounts or of course continue to contract for your own.
On Fri, Mar 27, 2020 at 8:19 AM Adam Newman <email@example.com> wrote:
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