Conférence appel Canada
Canada Call Conference
How it works
- Register for Canada conference call service here
- Give out the Canada toll-free
access number to your Canada call guests and send the global access number PDF to oveseas participants.
- Everyone dials-in at the time
and date you set-up with your attendees. All participants can now speak and be heard regardless of global location.
- Enjoy ultra high quality Canada
- Optionally, use the included Audio
Console to manage
your call if online.
Canada Global Conference Call Features
- 119 country access global numbers
- Canada Local and Toll Free dial-in
- A host pays plan, attendees do
- Optional dial-out to any country
- No activation fee
- No monthly fees
- No recurring fees of any kind
- No monthly minimum usage requirements
- No contract term
- 24 hour U.S. based operator support
- [ 0 0 ] touch tone command for
operator support 24/7
- Automatic attendance reports
- Free MP3 session recordings
- Free Audio Console for smartphone or desktop
- Add additional conference call
rooms for other users
- Offer international toll free access numbers
to your team members who travel
abroad so they can easily connect to your global conference call meetings.
Host multi-country conference calls. Our conferencing bridge is located in the U.S. but the
moderator can initiate a conference call from any country.
Enable geographically diverse international offices
to join conference calls to provide
input on issues that affect their regions.
Global Dial-in Numbers
Using an international conference calling service with
dial-in support for 119 access numbers around the world.
Instead of giving callers your Ontario phone number
and expecting them to absorb the potentially high cost of long distance, you can issue special international access
numbers that route all participants into your international conference call.
Each participant will be able to dial a local phone number (for example, callers in Hong Kong will dial a local
Hong Kong phone number) or a toll free number unique to his or her countries. The calls will then be routed over
a PSTN network into a global conference call.
As the moderator of the international conference call, or a Canada Conference Call, you have the option of issuing
local numbers or toll free numbers. If you opt for toll free numbers, you'll be charged accordingly based on individual
calling rates for each country.
We offer a pay-as-you-go international conferencing plan that has low per minute rates, exceptional audio quality,
robust features, and no contracts.This plan is ideal for anyone who needs to hold a global conference call, and
there's no long-term commitment required.
Whether you need to hold a single international conference call or plan on holding them on a regular basis, you'll
find our service to be an exceptional value.
Canada's Telecommunications Market
Before January 1, 2000, Canada's telecommunications
market featured 58 telephone companies. The largest of those companies (British Columbia Telephone Company, Alberta
Government Telephones, Saskatchewan Telecommunications, Manitoba Telecom Services, Bell Canada,
The New Brunswick Telephone Company Limited, Maritime Telephone and Telegraph Company, Limited, The Island Telephone
Company Limited, and Newfoundland Telephone Company Limited) were part of a national alliance known as Stentor
Canadian Network Management. The remaining companies where known as independents.
Together, these telephone companies, which were heavily regulated, provide local and long distance telephone services
and cellular services (via affiliates). After December 31, 1999, the Stentor Alliance broke up, and consolidation
began, with Bell and TELUS being the primary players. Ownership varies with both public- and private-owned telecom
companies. Most wireless carriers are affiliates of Bell and TELUS.
Long distance rates within Canada and into the United States are extremely competitive. For example, Bell currently
offers an unlimited long distance calling plan for Canada and USA for about $10 per month as part of its TV, Internet,
and Phone bundles. It also offers a low-cost International long distance add-on as well as a "Canada Direct"
plan for making international calls from overseas.
Canada, with its population of 34.8 million people, is
a large country with abundant natural resources. With ties to the British crown, Canada is a self-governing member
state of the Commonwealth of Nations. Member states share a common language, history, culture, and rule of law
as well as the values of democracy and human rights. Canada shares the world's longest, unfortified border with
the United States.
Though English and French are Canada's official languages, its diverse population also speaks Punjabi, Italian,
Spanish, German, Tagalog, Cantonese, Arabic, and other languages.
More than 80 percent of Canada's people live in urban areas. Major population centers in Canada include: Toronto,
Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, and Ottawa.
Telecommunications in Canada
Canada has played a pivotal role in telecommunications.
For example, did you know that the first trans-Atlantic radio transmission was received in Newfoundland? Or that
Alexander Graham Bell developed his telephone concepts in Brantford, Ontario at his parents' home?
Canada was the first to have:
- A commercial telephone system
- A mobile telecommunications system
in North America
- A commercial meteor-burst communication
- A domestic satellite system in
the Western Hemisphere
- A nationwide digital data network
As of 2012, Canada had 18.01 million main line telephones
in use as well as more than 26 million mobile cellular phones. The CIA World Factbook reports that Canada's telecommunications
system consists of modern technology and excellent service. Its telecom system includes satellite communications,
fiber optic networks, cellular telephony, national data networks, cable TV, and extensive Internet access.
Canada has roughly 300 earth satellite stations in its domestic satellite system. It is connected to the United
States and Europe via submarine cables and 7 satellite earth stations.
Canada ranks high in terms of Internet hosts (14th in the world) and Internet usage (16th in the world). As of
2012, Canada had 8.74 million Internet hosts. In 2009, it had 26.96 million Internet users.
You can now have Canada 'toll free' multi-country 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, 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, South Africa, Spain, St. Kitts/Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Sweden,
Switzerland, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Trinidad, Tobago, Turkey, UAE, UK, Uruguay, Uzbekistan and Venezuela.
You can host
or attend Canada conference calls from the following Canadian cities:
Canada's Top Export Trading Partners
For instance, your office
in Toronto can host a conference call with your customer located in the UK and new potential client in Japan, all
on the same call.
List of Canada Software Companies
OpenText Waterloo ON
Constellation Software Toronto ON
Mitel Ottawa ON
Points.com Toronto ON
Enghouse Markham ON
Descartes Systems Group Waterloo ON
ACCEO Solutions Montreal QC
VendTek Systems Port Coquitlam BC
Logibec Groupe Informatique Montreal QC
Vision Critical Vancouver BC
Amaya Gaming Group Pointe-Claire QC
Absolute Software Vancouver BC
iQmetrix Vancouver BC
Computer Modelling Group Calgary AB
PointClickCare Mississauga Ontario
Redknee Mississauga Ontario
Mediagrif Interactive Technologies Longueuil QC
Solium Capital Calgary AB
Zedi (technology segment) Calgary AB
GIRO Montreal QC
TIO Networks Vancouver BC
TECSYS Montreal QC
Versatile Systems Vancouver BC
StarDyne Technologies Kelowna BC
Averna Montreal, Quebec
Canada's Top 100 Employers
3M Canada Company
Aboriginal Peoples Television Network Inc. / APTN
Agriculture Financial Services Corporation / AFSC
Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc.
ArcelorMittal Dofasco Inc.
Bank of Canada
BASF Canada Inc.
BC Public Service
BDC / Business Development Bank of Canada
CAMH / Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Campbell Company of Canada
Canadian National Railway Company / CN
Canadian Security Intelligence Service
Canadian Tire Corporation Limited
Cape Breton District Health Authority / CBDHA
Carswell, a division of Thomson Reuters Canada Limited
Children's Aid Society of Toronto, The
College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia
Corus Entertainment Inc.
Deeley Harley-Davidson Canada
Department of Finance Canada
Desjardins Group / Mouvement des caisses Desjardins
Digital Extremes Ltd.
Ericsson Canada Inc.
ERM Consultants Canada Ltd.
General Electric Canada / GE
General Motors of Canada Limited
George Brown College
Great Little Box Company Ltd.
Great-West Life Assurance Company, The
HP Advanced Solutions Inc.
Ivanhoé Cambridge Inc.
Kiewit Energy Canada Corporation
L'Oréal Canada Inc.
Labatt Breweries of Canada
Loblaw Companies Limited
Lundbeck Canada Inc.
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
Medtronic of Canada Ltd.
Merck Canada Inc.
Monsanto Canada Inc.
Mosaic Company, The
National Energy Board
Nature's Path Foods Inc.
Nexen Energy ULC
Novo Nordisk Canada Inc.
Nuance Communications Canada Inc.
Ontario Public Service / OPS
Ottawa, City of
PNI Digital Media Inc.
Procter & Gamble Inc.
Provincial Health Services Authority / PHSA
Rogers Communications Inc.
SAP Canada Inc.
Saskatchewan Government Insurance / SGI
Shell Canada Limited
Siemens Canada Limited
Simon Fraser University
Stryker Canada Inc.
Suncor Energy Inc.
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
TD Bank Group
Technip Canada Limited
Toronto International Film Festival Inc. / TIFF
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc. / TMMC
Trican Well Service Ltd.
Union Gas Limited
University of Toronto
Vancouver City Savings Credit Union
Vancouver, City of
World Vision Canada
WorleyParsons Canada Services Ltd.
Government of Yukon