TelecommunicationsPage address: http://www.mnsu.edu/telecomm/
VoIP Phone System for MSU
Minnesota State University, Mankato installed a new high tech phone system in July of 2005. This system communicates across the network rather than using traditional phone wiring. The technology, known as Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), adds features and capabilities not available in standard telephones. VoIP also reduces time and costs when phones need to be moved.
Coming Soon: Conference Now
Personal conference calls can be initiated by any university employee at any time and from any device - on campus or off.
Send a meeting number and an attendee access code to the attendees calling in.
More information will be coming soon.
Reducing Telecommunication Costs
The Cisco phone system had significantly decreased telecommunication costs throughout the years.
Long distance calls to the Twin Cities metro area are toll free which provides additional savings to the University.
Residence Hall Phones
Telephones are no longer provided in Residence Halls. Students who need telephones can purchase phone service through Consolidated Communications. Contact Residential Life for information.