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Follow These Instructions to Participate in our FREE Teleconferences

Our LIVE Interactive Teleconferences & Web casts are currently FREE and open to the general public! Follow the instructions below to connect by phone to the Interactive Session... The call is a regular long distance call for you, which you will have to pay as normal long distance charges via your phone carrier. There are no other fees involved.

Follow these steps to connect and take part in the call:

  • Dial-In Number: 1 (218) 339-2699

  • Follow the instructions to enter the Participant PIN: 148286, followed by the "#" sign.

  • You will automatically enter the call as an active participant.

  • Call a few minutes early if you wish to introduce yourself to others calling in. (If you are too early, there may be no one else on the line until nearer 8:30, so just wait.)

  • Once the Conference Presentation begins, all phone lines will be muted except our guest presenter, and teleconference staff. You will be able to listen silently during this time. *

  • Later, after the presentation, we will open the phone lines for the group discussion portion of the teleconfiernce.

Follow these steps if you would rather listen passively to the teleconference:

  • Point your browser to our LIVE Webcast: www.allonenow.org or CLICK HERE

  • Follow Instructions to connect to the conference, (registration on web site required)

We look forward to participating with you on-line!

*NOTE: Some of our Teleconferences may be more interactive than others and there may be more extended dialogs with listeners than on other calls. It depends on the nature and theme of the evening's presentation.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 17 August 2008 )
 
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