You can initiate conference calls as the
- For instance, now your marketing team can join
a conference call with IT located in India, United Arab Emirates or Oman, Qatar and add additional call guests
in Saudi Arabia, all on the same call.
You can be the chairperson in Bahrain and attend or host conference calls with participants in any other country.
Optionally the Bahrain chairperson or attendee
can use the Free web 'Connect App' feature to trigger a callback to his/her phone to enter the Bahrain conference call without
the need to dial an access number.
With its modern telephone system, high income economy, high immigrant population, and robust banking and tourism
industries, Bahrain residents and business professionals frequently communicate with friends, family members, and
business associates around the world as well as receive incoming international calls.
While one-to-one calls are fairly straightforward once all of the country codes and dialing conventions are figured
out, international conference calls
can become more complicated.
Communicating with People in Bahrain using an International Conference Call
Unlike a domestic teleconference, global conference calls have participants from around the world all with potential concerns about how to dial an
international phone number and how much the toll charges will wind up being.
Traditional conferencing services aren't set up to handle the complexities of connecting callers from around the
world, making them a poor choice when participants reside outside of the country.
Fortunately, international conference calling service providers exist that specialize in connecting callers from
around the world into a crystal clear audio conference. International toll free and/or local access numbers are
available for more than 100 countries.
Your callers in Bahrain, for example, would receive a local access number such as 1616 xxxx while your callers
in Los Angeles, California might dial a 310-xxx-xxxx number. Meanwhile other US-based callers might dial a US 800
number while those in France dial a toll free number that works from France. Regardless of the actual access number
dialed or originating country, all callers will be connected into the same group audio call.
International conferencing plans are available on a no-contract basis, making them ideal for businesses and individuals
who do not want to get trapped into a long-term commitment or pay monthly fees.
Simply pay for the minutes you use and that's it. International rates are competitive and the service is extremely
reliable. These plans include numerous features, such as call recording, live operator assistance, on-demand conferencing
(reservationless), and moderator dial-out, designed to make your international conference call a success.
Callers from Bahrain and other countries can access your Bahrain conference call from any phone including landlines,
mobile phones, and Skype.
Sign up for a free account and start connecting with your colleagues in Bahrain and beyond in a high quality
international group audio call. There's no risk, no commitment, and no minimum usage requirements.
A small island nation located in the Persian Gulf, the Kingdom
of Bahrain is home to just over 1.3 million people. As with many Persian Gulf countries, Bahrain has a rich history
and an abundance of natural resources (oil). The country has the region's first post-oil economy with heavy investments
in finance and tourism. Its economy is considered a "high income" (gross national income per capita above
$12,746 in 2013) economy by the World Bank.
As of mid-2014, Bahrain had an estimated population of 1,314,089.
According to UN data, almost 55 percent of Bahrain's population consists of immigrants.
In 2012, it had 290,000 main line telephones in use and over 2.12 million mobile cellular phones. The CIA World
Fact Book reveals that Bahrain's telecommunications system is a modern fiber optic system with integrated services.
The country's digital network has experienced rapid growth in mobile communications. In 2009, Bahrain had 419,500
Internet users which puts the nation's Internet adoption rate down at 122 compared to the rest of the world.
Bahrain serves as a landing point for the FLAG (Fiber-Optic Link Around the Globe) submarine cable network. FLAG
connects Bahrain to the United States, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. Other telecom links include a satellite
earth station, microwave radio relay to Saudi Arabia, and tropospheric scatter to United Arab Emirates and Qatar.
In 1981, the government established the Bahrain Telecommunications Company (Batelco),
marking the beginning of the government's monopoly over the country's telecommunications services. At the time,
there were about 45,000 telephone lines in use. Within a year, that number grew to 50,000. A few years later in
1985, fiber optic cable was installed. Up until 2002, Batelco served as a monopoly in both the fixed-line and mobile
Bahrain ultimately bowed to international pressure in 2002 and enacted its telecommunications law. This law established
the Telecommunications Regulator Agency (TRA), an independent regulatory authority.
A year later, the monopoly ended when MTC Vodafone (now Zain) was issued a license to operate in Bahrain. Kalaam
Telecom launched in 2005 and is fully licensed in Bahrain. Kalaam Telecom specializes in offering telecommunications
services to business customers. Another operator, VIVA, entered the Bahrain telecommunications market in 2010.
Other telecommunications service providers operating in Bahrain include: Etisalcom, Rawabi, Elephant Talk, Neutel,
2Connect, Lightspeed, Royal Court, Kulacom, Rapid, and Menatelcom.
Bahrain's Telephone Numbering System
- Generally speaking, most Bahrain telephone numbers are 8 digits long. Bahrain
does not use area codes. However, two digits (those immediately following 1) in a landline's prefix are city or
region specific. All landlines start with the number 1 while mobile cellular phones typically start with 3, 663,
or 669*. Bahrain's country code is 973.
A typical Bahrain landline phone number would look like this: 1616 xxxx. If you are outside of Bahrain and would
like to dial that example number, you'd need two more important numbers: Bahrain's country code (973) and your
country's specific international access code which connects you to an international telephone circuit (for example,
the US international access code is 011). Thus, a caller from the United States would dial: 011-973-1616-xxxx.
Bahrain Conference Call Features
- 100 country toll free access plan
- Bahrain in-country toll-free access number included
- Dial-out rates to any country
- No activation fee
- No monthly fees
- No monthly minimum usage requirements
- No contract term - No commitment
- 24 hour customer and operator support
- [ 0 0 ] summons on-call operator, 24/7
- Complete array of leader keypad commands
- Superb quality international toll free network
- Automatic emailed attendance reports
- MP3 record any conference call
- 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
- Host Bahrain conference calls
with the following countries:
- Antigua, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahamas,
Bahrain, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Bermuda, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa
Rica, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Honduras,
Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico,
Montserrat, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia,
Slovenia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, St. Kitts/Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland,
Taiwan, Thailand, Trinidad, Tobago, UAE, UK, Uruguay, Venezuela, Vietnam.
Bahrain Major Export Partners
You can host or attend international conference calls from
the following Bahrain cities
and any other city that can access the Bahrain
toll-free or local access numbers.
List of Top Oil and
Gas Companies in Bahrain
- Bahrain Petroleum Company (BAPCO)
Bahrain National Gas Co (BANAGAS)
Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company (GPIC)
National Oil & Gas Authority
Conglomerates in Bahrain
Abdulla Yousif Fakhro Group
Yusuf Bin Ahmed Kanoo Group
Y. K. Almoayyed & Sons
Al Zayani Investments (Group)
List of Industry
and Manufacturing Companies in Bahrain
Aluminium Bahrein (ALBA)
Gulf Aluminum Rolling Mill Company (GARMCO)
Aluminum Extrusion Company (BALEXCO)
Arab Shipbuilding & Repair Yard
View latest Bahrain company information here
International Conference Call Bahrain. You can
be located in Manama or Al Muharraq or any Bahrain city and host a Bahrain conference call.
Bahrain international conference calls are enabled using
the supplied Bahrain toll-free access number.
View Bahrain Rate Options
- Pay for Usage Only
- No monthly fees of any kind
- No contract
- High Quality PSTN Network
- Business Class Features
- 24/7 US based operator assistance
Bahrain Toll-Free access number
Manama Local access number
You would need to create an account before you can
meet with others using these numbers
Conference call participants located in Bahrain can utilize the local
Bahrain or toll free access number from their Bahrain mobile phones.
We provide in-country toll free numbers in over 100 countries and local access numbers in 50 worldwide cities.
MP3 recording makes it convenient
to retain audio files of international conference calls for archiving and future reference.