Enabling Djibouti International Conference Calls with conferees in any country
International Conference Call Djibouti
International Conference Call Djibouti
Making Conference Calls from Djibouti
Though Djibouti's telephone system is adequate, hosting or joining international conference calls in Djibouti can
Our Djibouti international conference calling solution simplyfies Djibouti conference calls.
Here's how to do it:
up for a pay-as-you-go international conference calling plan
and use the free Connect app from iTunes or Google Play.
Encourage other participants in Djibouti to download and use the free Connect app, too.
Once you have an activated conferencing account and have the app on your smartphone or desktop (and a network or
wireless connection), you can use the app to join global conference calls from Djibouti or anywhere else in the
The app is particularly useful in countries like Djibouti where toll free and in-country access numbers are not
available. Instead of dialing a number to host or join an international conference call, you'll use the app. It
will dial the appropriate number and join you to your other conference call attendees.
You can also use the app to dial other participants directly or record your Djibouti conference calls.
Our 24/7 US-based operators can also connect participants to your conferences if you prefer.
No matter how you connect, all of your participants will be routed across modern PSTN telephone networks for the
best sound quality possible - and you'll be billed based on our competitive international conferencing rates, not
those of Djibouti Telecom.
Our service is offered with no term contract or usage commitments.
Djibouti Trading Partners
Ethiopia, Somalia, Yemen, Saudi
Arabia, China, France
Located in the Horn of Africa at the intersection of the Gulf of Aden and the
Red Sea, the Republic of Djibouti is a former French colony known as the Territory of the Afars and the Issas.
It was also known as French Somaliland. The country of about 828,324 people gained its independence from France
in 1977 and changed its name to Djibouti.
Djibouti initially operated as an authoritarian one-party state before a civil war in the 1990s erupted and eventually
ended in 1999. Today, Djibouti has multiple parties, but is dominated by one party, the People's Rally for Progress.
Djibouti is bordered by Ethiopia, Eritrea, and Somaliland. Its location along the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden allows
Djibouti to serve an important role (such as refueling and import/export roles) in the shipment of goods leaving
and entering the east African highlands as well as for transshipments moving through the gulf. Djibouti controls
access to both the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean. It is also home to foreign military bases.
The port region along the Red Sea is also the hub for the bulk of Djibouti's economic activities. More than 70
percent of the country's population lives in Djibouti City, the capital of Djibouti and home to the Port of Djibouti.
In addition to providing port and refueling services, Djibouti's port activities are largely focused on importing,
exporting, and re-exporting goods (like coffee) to and from Ethiopia.
Outside of Djibouti City, the rest of the population is made up primarily of nomadic herders. Due to minimal rainfall,
crop production is also minimal, making Djibouti reliant upon imported food and water. Other than the port and
an international airport, Djibouti has very little industry, few natural resources, and a high unemployment rate
(almost 60 percent. As a result, foreign assistance plays an important role in Djibouti's economy.
Host Djibouti conference calls with attendees located
in any country.
If you want to hold an international conference call from Djibouti,
attendees in Djibouti can use the Connect App or have the host dial-out to them through the hosts' account.
All worldwide access numbers are sent to you upon account
activation -150 global access numbers.
Djibouti Conference Call Access
Access options for calls between
Djibouti's largest trading countries
Ethiopia, Somalia, Yemen, Saudi Arabia
According to CIA World Factbook, as of 2014, Djibouti had just 21,900 fixed line
telephone subscribers for a telephone density of just 3 per every 100 inhabitants.
Its telephone density for mobile subscribers is higher at 35 for every 100 inhabitants, for a total of 287,000
mobile phones in use as of 2014.
However, mobile networks are concentrated in Djibouti City. Those living in rural areas do not have access to mobile
Djibouti's telephone system is considered adequate in Djibouti City and across the country. Microwave radio relay
networks make up the bulk of the system. Djibouti City has fiber optic cable while wireless local loop radio systems
connect rural areas.
Djibouti is a landing point for EASSy and SEA-ME-WE-3 fiber optic submarine cables that link to Europe, the Middle
East, North America, and Asia. It has two satellite earth stations and is part of a regional microwave radio relay
As of 2014, Djibouti had just 73,500 Internet users, for a penetration rate of just 9.1 percent.
According to Budde.com.au, Djibouti Telecom continues to hold a monopoly on all telecommunications services including
fixed line phone services, mobile phones, and Internet services. This is a rarity in the world, with Djibouti being
one of the last to allow a full telecom monopoly. As a result of zero competition, costs are high and the country
is missing out on its full potential.
Making International Phone Calls to or from Djibouti
The international country code for Djibouti is 253. If you need to call someone
in Djibouti, you will first need to dial your country's exit code followed by 253 followed by the person's phone
Calling out of Djibouti involves a similar process. First you will dial 00, the exit code for Djibouti. Next, you'll
need to dial the specific country code for the country you are calling followed by the person's area code and telephone
Antigua, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belarus,
Belgium, Bermuda, Botswana, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cyprus,
Czech Republic, Denmark, Djibouti, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary,
India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Montserrat,
Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Panama, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Slovakia,
Slovenia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, St. Kitts/Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan,
Thailand, Trinidad, Tobago, UAE, UK, Uruguay, Venezuela, Vietnam.
You can host or attend an international
conference call from the following Djibouti cities:
Ali Sabih, Tadjoura, Obock
Alternative free Connect App Optionally the chairperson or attendee can
use the free 'Connect'
app using wifi to trigger a call-back to his/her phone to enter the Djibouti conference call.
Join your call with
The Connect app is a free tool included with you account. It can be used by the moderator or any attendee.
No need to dial or remember access numbers and
Use with iPhone, Android, PC or Mac Djibouti
Global Conference Calls are easy
For instance, your associate in Djibouti can join
a conference call with partners in Saudi Arabia and the China and an IT professional located in India plus your marketing
division in France -all on the same call. top
Djibouti based Companies
Savon & Ries
Swift Transport Logistic
Shaam Construction Co
Salaam African Bank
Somaliland Journalists Association
Salt Investment S.a
Societe Maritime L. Savon & Ries
Societe Immobiliere De Djibouti
Studio Corne D'afrique
Inkada le dvd
Societe Transit Moderne
Salaam African Bank
Smart Logistics Service
Sdtv (fze) Port Of Djibouti
Soha & Lang, P.s.
Salam African Bank
Somtel International Telcom Company
S Industriel Yemenite
Salaam African Bank
Syan Valley Corporation
Saba International Shipping
Salt Investment Sa
Sheraton Djibouti Hotel
A Djibouti Conference Call is the easy solution to join multiple
countries on an international conference call. Utilize the supplied in-country access numbers, optional dial-out
feature plus the free Connect App to conference globally.
MP3 session recording makes it convenient to record and retain MP3 files of any recorded conference
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