India is undergoing significant change as far as its telecommunications
system goes. It is now considered one of the fastest growing markets in the world for telecommunications services
thanks to recent telecom deregulation and liberalization.
According to the CIA World Fact Book, India's teledensity is about 75 percent as of 2011 with over 900 million
telephone subscribers. Each month, over 20 million new subscribers are added. Urban areas have reached 100 percent
teledensity, and rural areas continue to increase their teledensity.
Like many developing countries, mobile cellular phones outnumber landline phones dramatically in India. Of the
over 900 million telephone subscribers reported in 2011, over 893 million were mobile subscribers and just over
32 million were landline subscribers.
India hosts the largest domestic satellite system in the world: INSAT (the Indian National Satellite system). It
is connected internationally via several international submarine cable systems (such as Sea-Me-We-3, Sea-Me-We-4,
SAFE, FLAG, Tata Indicom, and the i2i cable network) and numerous satellite earth stations (including Inmarsat
and Intelsat), and various gateway exchanges in Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Kanpur, Ernakulam, Chennai,
Jalandhar, and Gandhinagar. Over a dozen telecom service providers serve the country with the largest players being
Bharti, Reliance, Vodaphone, and Idea.
International Conference Calls India
As a hub of outsourcing, business is booming in India. Whether you're living in India, visiting on business,
or enjoying a vacation, if you need to make an international telephone call, you have several options. One option
that you may not have considered is using an India international conference call service.
With a global conference call plan, you can switch to the service provider's network and take advantage
of its low international calling rates. Your callers can dial your teleconference directly by dialing a local or
India country-specific toll-free number or the Chennai local access number. Optionally you can dial attendees directly
using moderator "dial-out." In either case, you may find that your India international conference
call service is more affordable than India's international dialing conventions.
Here's how it works
Sign up for a no-contract international conference calling plan with low per minute rates from India to the countries
of your choice.
Either give out the India toll-free access number
to other guests in India or the local Chennai number or use the dial-out feature to add more attendees.
Enjoy a superior audio conferencing
network and lower rates.
Initiate conference calls via Global Toll Free
Add additional conference call rooms for other
Monthly PDF itemized invoice
Free mobile app for easy conference call access
You can host or attend international
conference calls from the following India cities:
Reykjavik, Kópavogur, Hafnarfjordur, Akureyri
or any other city that can access the India toll-free number.
Optionally the chairperson or attendee can use the web 'Connect' feature to trigger a callback to his/her phone to enter the India conference call.
Your conferees in India can
access the conference call by dialing an India Toll-Free number from any location in India or use the local Chennai
access number. As an example, your office
in India can host a conference call with your potential client located in New York City or London or any worldwide
You can use the India International Toll Free access number FROM India or the
conference call India host can use the dial-out feature to bring attendees into the conference call from Mumbai,
Delhi, Bangalore, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Lucknow, Patna, Bhopal and any other city in India plus
100 other countries.
Video - International Conference Call India
Examples of India Top Companies
Oracle Financial Services Software
Godrej Consumer Products
Larsen & Toubro
Mahindra & Mahindra
Maruti Suzuki India
Dr. Reddy's Laboratories
Jindal Steel & Power
Power Finance Corp
Rural Electrification Corp
LIC Housing Finance
Power Grid Corpn. of India
Tata Power Co.
Oil & Natural Gas Corp
Indian Oil Corp