I have no paid Skype services. High Speed Conferencing and the Skype conference call feature are free to all users. Yes, you can talk with a contact and a person on the phone at the same tine, but you need a High Speed Conferencing number for that. To get one, go to http://www.highspeedconferencing.com. There you will find all the info you need.
If you are talking to one of your contacts on the computer, can you also conference with someone on the telephone? John At 08:52 PM 9/14/2006, John Moore wrote: >Yes you can do three-way calling. You can make conference calls for up >to 5 people with Skype. In addition, you can do what I did and get an >account over at High Speed Conferencing. They offer free conference >numbers to Skype users and you can get up to 500 people on one call. >Also, to dial the number, just push the number in your number row on >the top of the keyboard. When it says press 1, just press 1, etc. Hope >this helps. > >On 9/14/06, Kevin Wassmer <commanderlumpy2003@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: >>Hello folks. I have some questions about Skype. First, if I call a number, >>and I have to enter something such as my account number, or a pen number, >>How do I do that on Skype. I can call a number. But I don't know how to do >>something such as press one, or something like that. I was also wondering if >>I could do three way calling over Skype. I will talk to you later. >>Cause you're my Mississippi Princess >>You're my California Queen >>Like the Duchess of Detroit >>And every city in between >>You can slap me in the face >>You can scream profanity >>Leave me here to die alone but >>I'll still follow you home >>I'll still follow you home >> (Nickelback) >>Check out my Pod Cast at >>http://www.gcast.com/u/kevinmcfan/main.xml Or you can check out my show on >>the World Wide Web and listen to it in real time. Go to >>http://www.gcast.com/u/kevinmcfan > > >-- >John Moore
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