We have four Dial-In Number types: Local, Premium Local, Shared Cost and Toll-Free.

A Dial-In Number is a number you dial to join the conference. The full list of Dial-In Numbers that we offer is available on our numbers page.

1. Local Numbers 

They are the most common type of number and are covered in our Standard Rate of €0.05 per participant, per minute. They are called ‘Local’ numbers because they are typically associated with a specific city to provide cost effectiveness and accessibility for you and your participants. In telecoms, these are referred to as Geographical numbers.

Some examples of Local Numbers include:

  • Ireland, Dublin: 01 489 7200
  • France, Paris: 01 79 97 46 55
  • US, Boston (MA): 01 617 649 9656

When dialling into a conference, the nearest Local Number to your current location, even if there isn’t a Local Number specific to your city or country, should be your first preference. 

2. Premium Local Numbers. 

Due to telecoms restrictions, we are unable to offer all our Local Numbers for the same rate. In certain locations, the Local number is charged at a premium rate. In order to alert our customers to the higher charge, we refer to these numbers as Premium Local Numbers.

Each Premium Local Number is charged individually. If you would like to see the charges for these numbers you can request a rate card from us.

3. Toll-Free Numbers 

They are the most expensive numbers that we offer. We offer these numbers worldwide but we only recommend them if you would like to guarantee your special Guest a cost-free call and the 247meeting Mobile App doesn't work for your country.

Often our customers believe that they can use our Toll-Free numbers and the conference call will be free. This is not the case, Toll-Free refers to the Network costs being waived for your Guest and being passed on to the Host.

Each Toll-Free Number is charged individually. If you would like to see the charges for these numbers you can request a rate card from us.

Our Toll-Free Cost Control feature allows you, or your Administrator, to control access to these numbers as needed. 

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