Czech Republic Global Conference Calls
Mezinárodní telefon splnující Ceská republika
- Making Czech Republic Conference Calls
You can initiate or join international
conference calls with the Czech Republic.
A chairperson located in the Czech Republic can host a global phone meeting with attendees in any other country.
For example, you can host an international
conference call while in the Czech Republic. Collaborate with your marketing department in the Hungary along with
your web design people in the UK and your associates in the USA, all on the same call.
As an option, the Czech Republic conference call moderator can send
the local toll-free number to the attendees located in Prague, Brno, Ostrava, Plzen, Olomouc, Liberec, Hradec Králové,
Ceské Budejovice, Ústí nad Labem, Pardubice or any other city in Czech Republic.
A Prague local and Czech Republic toll-free access number is included for your distribution to the Czech participants.
- If your have a participant located in a country that is not on the toll-free
list, that participant can still access your conference call using our local U.S. bridge number using Skype (all
access numbers provided upon account activation).
The direct rate to access the US conference bridge is 2.6
cents per minute. ($0.026).
Optionally, the moderator can use our dial-out feature
to add a participant in to the conference call in any country.
The chairperson or attendees can use the free 'Connect' feature used from his/her smartphone or desktop to enter the Czech conference call.
People living or working in the Czech Republic have numerous ways to participate
in global conference calls with their colleagues and loved ones. However, global conferences are a little trickier
than those held within the Czech Republic due to international dialing conventions and associated costs.
One of the best ways to create a global conference cal in Czech Republic is to use an international conferencing
service that offers local and toll free access numbers for all of the countries where your participants are located.
For example, if you will be hosting a conference call in the Czech Republic but have participants
located in Slovakia, Germany, Spain, USA, and Brazil, you could issue country specific local or toll free phone
numbers for each of those countries.
Your callers in the United States could dial a 1-800 number, for example, rather than a Czech Republic number which
could cause confusion or concerns about the cost of the call. Using a local toll free number alleviates these concerns.
We offer a Czech Republic global conference calling service on a pay-as-you-go basis with support for over 100
countries, low per minute rates, and no contracts. Our Czech Republic global conference calls take place over a
PSTN fiberoptic network, ensuring the highest international line quality possible.
This is a feature-rich international conferencing service with 24-hour, US-based operators. All of the features
you can possibly want such as moderator dial-out, MP3 call recording, and attendance reports are included. There
are no monthly usage requirements, monthly fees, setup fees, or prepayment requirements.
Simply pay as you go and connect with your business associates, colleagues, partners, suppliers, customers, family
members, and friends from around the world.
If you need to make global conference calls in the Czech Republic or from anywhere else in the world for that matter,
sign up for a pay-as-you-go account today.
Czech Republic Rate Examples
Czech Republic Toll Free = 26¢ /min
Prague = 14¢ /min
Dial-out rate = 10¢ /min
U.S. direct access = 2.6¢ /min
- Telecommunications in Czech Republic
As of 2012, Czech Republic had 2.1 million main line telephones in use and another
12.97 million mobile cellular subscribers. Like many countries, mobile telephones outnumber main line telephones
dramatically. In the Czech Republic, there are more mobile phone subscriptions than there are people.
According to the CIA World Factbook, the telecommunications system in Czech Republic got off to a late start as
far as modernization and privatization go, but it is making progress. Most exchanges are digital, and the nation's
existing copper subscriber systems have been enhanced with ASDL equipment, allowing for digital and Internet signals.
Fiberoptic cable and microwave radio relay are included in trunk systems. Six satellite earth stations provide
international connectivity to the Czech Republic.
As of 2009, the Czech Republic was home to 6.681 million Internet
users. According to the 2012 State of the Internet report, the Czech Republic ranked in the top 10 countries in
the world with the fastest average internet speed. The country is also notable for having the most Wi-Fi subscribers
in the European Union.
The telecommunications industry in the Czech Republic is overseen by the Czech Telecommunications Office which
is responsible for administering both electronic communications and postal services. The market has been privatized
and the Czech Telecommunications Office is also charged with market regulation and assuring a competitive environment.
The Czech Republic's telecommunications market was privatized in early 2005 when Ceský Telecom, a state-owned
provider, was privatized.
The four mobile phone operators in the Czech Republic include Telefónica O2, T-Mobile, U:fon, and Vodafone.
Internet services are offered by U:fon and Telefónica O2 (formerly Ceský Telecom) as well as various
cable and telecommunications service providers. The primary types of Internet access are: ASDL, cable television,
and wireless. By far, the most prevalent type of Internet access is via a mobile phone.
- Czech Republic Telecommunications Market
Located in Central Europe, the Czech Republic is a landlocked country bordered
by Germany, Austria, Poland, and Slovakia. The Czech Republic has been a member of the European Union since 2004
and a member of NATO since 1999. In 1993, Czech Republic was formed after the splitting of Czechoslovakia into
the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
As of July 2014, Czech Republic had an estimated population of 10,627,448. The nation has a stable, prosperous
economy powered by the auto industry which represents nearly a quarter of all manufacturing in the Czech Republic.
Other industries include metallurgy, glass, armaments, and machinery and equipment. The country is moving toward
a technology-oriented, service-based knowledge economy.
Conference Call Czech Republic Features
- 100+ country toll free access numbers
- Leader dial-out option to any country
- No account activation fee, no monthly fees
- No monthly minimum usage requirements
- No contract term
- 24 hour US based multilingual operator support
- [ 0 0 ] dial pad command summons operator, 24/7
- Complete array of leader dial pad commands
- Superb quality international toll free network
- Automatic post conference attendance reports
- MP3 session recording of any conference call
- Initiate conference calls from any country
- Add additional Passcodes for other users
- Monthly PDF itemized invoice
- China Mobile 400 Toll Free included
- Includes toll-free access from most of Asia
- Offer international toll free access numbers to your Czech team members who travel abroad so they can instantly
connect to your global conference phone meetings.
You can now have 'toll free' multi-country conference calls from the following countries:
Antigua, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium, Bermuda, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Canada,
Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, 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,
Singapore, South Africa, Spain, St. Kitts/Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand,
Trinidad, Tobago, UAE, UK, Uruguay and Venezuela.
Top Czech Republic Export Trading Countries
additional Czech Republic trading partner statistics here
List of consulting firms
in Prague, Czech Republic
Arthur D. Little
Boston Consulting Group (BCG)
Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC)
Egon Zehnder International
Ernst & Young
Global Intelligence Alliance
Harris & Associates
Hill & Knowlton
McKinsey & Company
Robert Half International
Roland Berger Strategy Consultants
View additional Czech
Republic consulting firms here