You can be sure your callers incur absolutely no cost for joining a conference call by giving them the (800) toll-free dial-in number. Coverage for this number includes all 50 United States and Canada. You choose which callers should be using the toll-free number. Offer it to all your participants or a select few of the overall group.
Attendees abroad can participate in your conference call from almost anywhere. International participants can call a country specific toll-free number and enter the same conference code as others. These toll-free conferencing lines are provided so there's no cost to the caller. Review international conference call countries and rates here.
The conference calling information given to you is used each time a call is needed and accounts can support multiple users. Our service supports toll-free and toll access to be used on the same call. With Conference Calling, organizers can decide on the (800) toll-free dial-in number for all callers or give it out to a particular set of the overall group and opting for other callers to use the dedicated toll dial-in.
A toll-free call does not cost the calling party anything; instead the host covers the cost of the call. When you give callers a toll-free conference number, there's no worry they'll be billed long-distance charges for the call. Our service offers a toll-free (800) conference calling number for this purpose.
A toll number is a basic 10-digit US phone number. These numbers may not be free to the caller; standard long-distance charges may apply depending on the caller's telephone plan. Callers with nationwide long-distance have no cost. We offer toll conference call numbers in 21 cities; Boston, New York, Philadelphia, washington DC, Charlotte, Atlanta, Miami, Tampa, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Chicago, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Minneapolis, Denver, Dallas, Houston, Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.