Directing Traffic

Get It Together

Making conference calls just got easier.

Conference calls are an annoyance to entrepreneurs whose firms don't have advanced telephone systems that enable them to speak with multiple parties at once.

But with AT&T's new Click2Dial Conferencing (http://www.click2dial.att.com), you use the Web to make these calls, entering the names and numbers of the people you want to call and when you want to call them. Click2Dial costs 15 cents per minute, per person.

At the scheduled time, AT&T automatically dials the listed parties. "All you need is one phone line and Internet access," says Janet Stone, a media relations director for AT&T. "The other people on the conference call don't even know you're using the Internet to call them."

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Artisoft Inc., (617) 354-0600, http://www.artisoft.com

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This article was originally published in the April 1999 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: Directing Traffic.

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