How it Works
- Get Free account activation here
- Send the Belize
toll-free access number to your meeting guests in Belize
- And send the included global list
of all 119 access numbers to any participants in other countries so that other global attendees can join your meeting
- Enjoy ultra high quality Belize
International conference calling with participants located in Belize is simple. Enable Belize participants
to join your international conference call using the supplied Belize toll-free access number.
Belize Toll Free Conference Calling
International Conference Call Features
- 119 country access numbers
- No activation fee
- Pay as you go, no monthly fees
- No recurring fees
- No monthly minimum usage requirements
- No contract
- 24 hour US based operator support
- [ 0 0 ] touch tone command summons operator, 24/7
- Superb quality international toll free network
- Automatic post call attendance reports
- Free MP3 session recordings
- Free Audio Console
- Add additional conference call rooms for other
Offer international toll free access numbers to
your company team members who travel abroad so they can easily connect
to your global conference call meetings.
Enable geographically diverse international offices
to join conference calls to provide input on issues that affect their regions.
With Internet usage rates incredibly low, and VoIP
just recently allowed, business people and others throughout Belize have limited access to conferencing technologies
such as Skype and FaceTime.
However, they can easily collaborate with global partners, colleagues, and family members using a traditional global
For example, a business owner in Belize could host
a global collaboration conference call with suppliers, partners, and other business associates around the world without requiring any special technologies other than a phone
and a pay-as-you-go global conferencing service.
Whether participants are located inside Belize, Central America, North America, Europe, Asia, the Pacific Islands,
or anywhere else in the world, the Belize global conference call takes place completely over a traditional PSTN
Participants dial either a local or toll free phone number to join the conference - and they can use all phone
types including landlines, mobile phones, VoIP phones, and satellite phones.
global rates here
Adding Remote Participants
Optional use free feature:
You can connect anyone to your
call regardless of their country
location using the included audio console.
As of 2012, Belize had 25,400 main telephone lines in use
and 164,200 mobile cellular subscribers. This represents a teledensity of just under 10 fixed line phones per 100
people and nearly 70 mobile-cellular phones per 100 people.
Belize's telecommunications system is considered above-average with a trunk network relying on microwave radio
relay. Belize is a landing point for the ARCOS-1 (Americas Region Caribbean Ring System) fiberoptic submarine cable.
It is also home to 8 satellite earth stations.
As of 2009, Belize had roughly 36,000 Internet users. By 2013, that number increased to 74,700. However, this represents
just 22.8 percent of the population. The main Internet service providers in Belize are Belize Telemedia Limited
(BTL) and SpeedNet. Belize's Internet system is considered one of the weakest in the Caribbean with download speeds
well below 5 Mbps. In contrast, download speeds in the Bahamas were 30 Mbps.
According to the Belize Chamber of Commerce, Belize's telecommunications industry is regulated in accordance with
the Telecoms Act of 2002. Belize's industry was first privatized in 1988, but the incumbent BTL held a monopoly
for 15 years. Though the market is open today, the government owns Belize Telemedia Limited, competing directly
For years, Belize operated under a "VoIP embargo." Not only did people living and working in Belize have
to pay high telecommunications cost due to Belize Telemedia's long-standing monopoly and, later, limited competition,
they couldn't take advantage of VoIP.
This changed in May 2013 when the government required BTL to open its network to VoIP services. Meanwhile, SpeedNet
is making progress in the mobile sector. BTL's DigiCell brand has recently implemented LTE network upgrades and
new roaming deals to dozens of other countries.
Another private telecommunications provider in Belize is SMART Telecom Belize which offers cellular service using
a CDMA network. DigiCell and SMART remain intense competitors, particularly in the prepaid market.
You can now have 'toll free' multi-country conference calls from the following countries:
Antigua, Argentina, Australia, Austria,
Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belarus, Belize, Belgium, Bermuda, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Canada, Chile, China,
Colombia, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Finland,
France, Germany, Greece, 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, Somalia, South Africa, Spain, St. Kitts/Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent,
Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Trinidad, Tobago, Turkey, UAE, UK, Uruguay, Uzbekistan and Venezuela.
As an example, now your client in Belize can join a conference call with your IT department located in Miami, Florida
and a marketing person in the UK on the same call.
International conference calls from the following Belize cities
You can use the dial out feature to bring attendees
in to your conference call located in Belize City, San Ignacio, Orange Walk, Belmopan, Dangriga, Corozal, San Pedro,
Benque Viejo del Carmen, Punta Gorda, Valley of Peace and any other city in Belize plus participants in any other
If your have an invitee located in a country that is not on the toll-free access number list, the moderator can use our dial-out feature to easily bring the participant into the conference call.
Located on the eastern coast of Central America, Belize
is an English-speaking nation of 340,844 people as of July 2014 estimates. Belize has been an independent commonwealth
realm since 1981. However, Queen Elizabeth II remains the head of state of Belize. Belize operates under English
Belize's economy is largely powered by tourism followed by the export of marine products, bananas, citrus, cane
sugar, and garments. In 2006, oil discoveries have helped the economy expand. Belize has a wide gap in income between
the rich and poor, but it also has Central America's second highest income per capita. 41 percent of Belize's population
lives below the poverty line.
Belize's work force is broken into the following occupational sectors: Services (71.7 percent), industry (18.1
percent) and agriculture (10.2 percent). The nation has a shortage of skilled and technical labor and a high unemployment
rate of 15.5 percent as of 2013.
Export Trading Partners
Trinidad and Tobago
List of Belize based Companies
Belizean Fine Woods
General Technologies of Belize
Global Corporate Services Limited
Teakettle Enterprises Ltd.
J B & SONS LTD.
Belize Pet World
Zenmex Trade Ltd
Market Developers Inc.
Bel-Car Export & Import Company Limited
Blue Marlin Lodge
UNISALES INTERNATIONAL GROUP
Ste Delink International Ltd
Quality Poultry Products Co. Ltd.
Toledo Moringa Producers
Citadel Holding Ltd
Black Orchid Resort
Alejandro Rafael Perez And Associates
Ashween International LTD.
Maya Wood Company
Corona Partners Ltd
Belize Pharma Supplies Limited
Jacob Pedro Harms
Zhejiang Jiuchong Doors Co.,Ltd
DLM Holdings Ltd.
SAHONG TRADE CO,. LTD
Belize AME Consulting Group
Madisco (Marketing & Distribution Co. Ltd)
ANDERSON GLOBAL TRADE CO.
Pure Nature Enterprises Ltd.
INTERNATIONAL PSICHI BIOFUELS LIMITED
Habet & Habet Ltd.
PROGRESS FORWARD CORP.
Metro Cash N Carry Co Ltd.,
Little Belize Exporters Co. Ltd.
Cayo Tropical Fruits Ltd.