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Verizon Teleconferencing




Verizon Teleconferencing Published on 06/24/02 at 22:03:57 CST by ic0n   Phreaking http://www.hackerhost.com/lph


Before we begin this file we (ic0n&k00p$ta) are not going to give you any info on setting up the conference. For a few reasons but it's not hard at all the setup once since everyone @ verizon is crazy or just dumb minus a selected few. (they know
who they are) Now on with the file.

Verizon now offers a new service, Conference Connections. These Conferences's are reservation-less, which means around the clock availability. The Conference is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days out of the year. This makes conferencing very easy. Thanks Verizon!

There's 2 ways to dial into a verizon conference.
1.Toll Free dial in number
(866-441-2942)
2. Direct (972-717-2043)
Npa 972 is in Texas

There are no setup fees, no cancellation fees, and no monthly charges. Which mean you can
setup a teleconference and your victim will not even know he's got a teleconference being billed to him.
The minutes your participants used are logged separately logged by differnt
ports. There are 20 of these ports but I'm sure there is a way to get more. Anyways the minutes are added together to simplify the subscriber's bill, in addition are required taxes. There is a separate bill for toll free service as well.

States that need to use the direct number to the conference:
1.Alaska
2.Delaware
3.Maryland
4.New Jersey
5.New Hampshire
6.Virginia
7.Vermont
8.Washinton D.C.
9.West Virginia

*Once again the direct number is *
972-717-2043.

The resoning behind the direct numbers is that Verizon provides long distance services for calls originating in most states outside the mid-Atlantic and new England states. Until government approval is obtained, Verizon cannot carry long distance in the states listed above. Verizon is in the works on getting the necessary states and federal permissions to offer long distance in every state.

Rates Cents per minute per port

Toll Free $0.31
Direct $0.18

Feature Descriptions

Announcements for Entry and Exit

At your option, the reservation-less Conference Connections system can sound a tone or have silence when participants enter or exit a conference.

Attendant Request

The Subscriber or Participants can request attendant assistance for Private or group consultation. The person requesting assistance remains in the conference until the attendant
handles the request.

Conference Continuation

This feature allows the subscriber to exit a conference after it begins without disconnection the participants and must be activated for each conference call.

*Note*
The systems automatically defaults to end the conference call when the subscriber disconnects.

Conference Lock/Unlock

This feature lets subscriber lock a conference once all parties are present to keep the conference private. Attendants cannot enter locked conferences, but can ring the conference requesting that the subscriber unlock for attend entry.

Help Menu

Help with using conference commands is available to every conference Subcriber and Participant. The system plays a private help message to the requester that list the available features and their associated touch-tone (dtmf) commands.

Mute/Un-mute

The Subscriber can collectively mute or un-mute all lines in the conference except for the subscriber's line. The participants can mute and un-mute there own lines to help control distractions and interruptions.

Participant Count

The system automatically tracks the number of participants on a conference. Any Subscriber or Participant can check the number of people in conference at any time. The system announces the count privately to the requester.

Quick Start

As a rule, conferences do not begin until the subscriber the conference. However your account can be configured to allow the subscriber to use this feature so that begins as soon as the first participant arrives. In this scenario, Participants who arrive before the subscriber may talk to one another before the conference actually begins. Though the quick start features offers less security, it allows unplanned meetings to occur whenever needed or permits conferencing when the subscriber is unavailable to start the conference.

Features

Subscriber Conference Commands
This is how you Begin a conference:
1. Dial into conference system
2. Enter Pass code, then the # (pound) key
3. Then Press the * (star) key
4. Enter Subscriber Pin (4 digits)
5. Press 1 to start the conference or press 2 to change account options.

To Change Account Options:
Press 1 to chance subscriber pin
Press 2 to configure roll call options
Press 3 to change quickly start options
Press 4 to change auto continuation options

Conference Control options
(While in conference)

Press *0
to speak privately with an operator

Press 00
to request an operator to join the conference

Press *4 to lock conference

Press *5 to unlock the conference

Press *6 to mute your line

Press *7 to un-mute your line

Press *8 to allow the conference to continue after you disconnect

Press *9 to privately play a list of participants on conference

Press *# to hear the number of participants in the conference

Press ## to mute all lines except the subscriber

Press 99 to un-mute all lines

Press ** to play this list of commands


How to end a Conference
Say whatever then hang up the phone a short message will be played for them and then Disconnects them.

***We also need to thank verizon for be so dumb and giving us all this information to
write this article. Shout Outs....Lucky225, Dark_Fairytale, The Borish One,Xenocide, Cuebiz,
MaddjimBeam, Whit3rav3n, Reaver,Captain_B, Mr. Poop, RBCP, Everyone Who was on $kytel back
in 96-97...well okay only some people from skytel and everyone else we know.***


*Update*
5/5/02
Toll Free Access from the State of Vermont more states to follow.

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