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Voice Conferencing

Last Updated: 07/20/2015


A voice conference, or teleconference, is a multi-point conversation using a telephone, and has only auditory capabilities. OIT provides many options for voice conferencing at CU-Boulder.

CU-Boulder Provided Services

If you would like to hold a seminar-style teleconference, OIT has a seminar room with a teleconferencing unit. Learn more about Stadium 192.  

OIT also has teleconferencing units for check out.

Additional Conferencing Solutions

Vendor Solutions

OIT has partnered with CenturyLink to provide voice, video, and web conferencing at discounted rates.


  • There is no cost to check out a voice conferencing unit from OIT, but a speedtype is required in case the unit is not returned or damaged.
  • There is no cost to use a conferencing facility.
  • CenturyLink does charge for their services.

Who can get it

Faculty, staff, and IT partners.

How to get it

Voice Conferencing Units

  • To check out a voice conferencing unit, contact the IT Service Center. You will need to pick it up at the Telecommunications Center front desk. You will need a speedtype for a damage deposit. You will also need an analog telephone line, and a power outlet 25 feet or closer to where you will place the telephone.

Related Instructions

Using Your Phone