Hot air conferencing comparison
Hot air conferencing is a medium cost teleconferencing option compared with higher priced services from from Telstra and Optus. These conferencing services deliver quality networks at a cost up to 5 times higher.
Budget Conferencing offers an alternative to Hot air conferencing at up to a third of the price. All with network quality levels guaranteed at 99.9% of call time. Budget Conferencing automates most of our processes to keep costs down.
Like Telstra we offer conference calls with 24/7 customer service and high quality audio at a fraction of the cost of the big guys. See below
While Hot air offers teleconferencing Budget Conferencing provides an integrated conference call and Web Conferencing solution. This helps business allow guests to dial in or connect over an internet connection to any call. Travel costs and time to do business are reduced. Find out more about our Web Conferencing
Take a free trial and see how Budget Conferencing compares with Hot Air or Telstra on call quality and customer service at a competitive price!
Table 1: Comparison Table - Hot air conferencing vs. Competitors
|$/per minute||Budget Conferencing||Telstra||Optus||Hot Air||All Conference Calls||Eureka||Redback|
|Service Available||24/7||24/7||24/7||Limited hours||24/7||24/7||24/7|
Discount conference calls Australia How do we compare?
A sample conference call during business hours which lasting 60 minutes, with 6 participants in Australia. All join by toll free number, national wide.
- A HotAir audio conferencing call would cost: $90
- A Telstra audio conferencing call would cost: $198
- An Optus audio conferencing call would cost: $162
- A Eureka audio conferencing call would cost: $50.40
- A Budget Conferencing conferencing call would cost: $32.40
- You would save on that telephone conference call $165.60
- That is a saving of almost 85%