Dominican Republic Toll Free Conference Call

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Dominican Republic Conference Calling

  1. Register account here

  2. Send the Dominican Republic toll-free access number to your meeting guests in Dominican Republic.

  • The list contains access numbers in 119 global countries for your other global attendees to access your meeting.

  • Enjoy ultra high quality Dominican Republic audio conferencing.

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Dominican Republic Conference Call Features

  • 119 country toll free access numbers
  • Dominican Republic Toll Free access number included
  • No activation fee
  • No monthly fees
  • No monthly minimum usage requirements
  • No contract term
  • 24 hour U.S. based operator support
  • Touch tone [ * 0 ] summons on-call operator, 24/7
  • Superb quality international toll free network
  • Automatic attendance reports
  • MP3 session recordings
  • Free Live Conference Viewer with Audio Console
  • Add additional conference call rooms for other users
  • PDF itemized invoice for usage
  • Supplied China Mobile Access Number

As an example, your office in Dominican Republic can host a conference call with your customer located in China, Brazil, Spain and the US all on the same call.

No matter where in the world you and your attendees may be, everyone will be routed to your international conference calls over modern PSTN fiber optic telecommunications networks for the best sound quality and reliability possible.

Since there are no contracts, no monthly fees, and competitive per minute rates, our pay-as-you-go international conferencing plan is an excellent choice for both occasional and frequent international conference calls with the Dominican Republic.


Whether you're located in the Dominican Republic or have contacts who are, holding a global conference call is an affordable way to collaborate with international participants.

One of the challenges Dominican Republic Beach Spotwith global teleconferences has to do with access. First, each participant must dial a phone number in order to join the call.

However, each country has its own telephone infrastructure, country code, and dialing conventions. It's not a simple matter of issuing a single access number thanks to these differences.

Moreover, many international callers may be worried about the cost of the call, especially if international calling rates are notoriously high in their countries.

Our global conference calling service overcomes these obstacles, allowing you to issue country specific local and toll free numbers for your participants.

For example, if you're hosting a call from the United States and have participants in the Dominican Republic, you could issue either a local Dominican Republic phone number or a toll free one.

This makes accessing your global conference call easy without your participants worrying about international long distance fees.

Aitelephone's global conference calling service supports over 100 countries and is available on a pay-as-you-go basis.

This isn't an unreliable VoIP conferencing plan; it's a high quality, PSTN-based, feature-rich global conference calling service that you can use on an as-needed basis.

There are no activation fees, no setup fees, no monthly fees, no minimum usage requirements, and no contracts. Simply host your global conference call and pay for the minutes used. It's that easy.

Our Dominican Republic conference calls are crystal clear because they are routed over a traditional PSTN network. Features include MP3 recording, live US-based operator assistance 24/7, mobile apps, live conference viewer, attendance reports, moderator dial-out, and more.

Telecommunications in Dominican Republic

Telecommunications in the Dominican Republic
The Dominican Republic had 1.06 million main line telephones in use in 2012 and another 9.03 million mobile cellular subscribers. This works out to a teledensity of about 10 to 100 people for main line telephones and 90 per 100 people for mobile phones.

According to the CIA World Factbook, the Dominican Republic's dominican republic beachtelecommunications system is "relatively efficient" and based on an island-wide microwave radio relay network. The Dominican Republic is a landing point for the ARCOS-1 (Americas Region Caribbean Ring System), Antillas 1, and Fibralink submarine cables. It also has one satellite earth station.

As of 2009, there were 2.701 million Internet users in the Dominican Republic.

According to the Dominican Republic - Telecoms, IP Networks, Digital Media and Forecasts report from BuddeCom, income inequalities in the nation are reflected in the country's telephone distribution with some people owning several mobile phones while others have none.

Telecommunications companies operating in the Dominican Republic include: Claro, Orange, Tricom, Viva, and WIND.

The telecommunications sector is regulated by Indotel (Instituto Dominicano de las Telecomunicaciones), the Dominican Republic Communications Regulatory Authority. All local carriers in Indotel's jurisdiction are privately owned. In 1998, Indotel was created as a decentralized state entity. The Dominican Republic has been a member of the WTO Basic Telecommunications Agreement since 1998.

About Dominican Republic

International Conference Call Dominican Republic Map

The Dominican Republic shares part of the island of Hispaniola with Haiti. The nation gained its independence in 1844 with a short stint as a member of the Spanish Empire. The Dominican Republic underwent periods of instability. Since 1996, the Dominican Republic has held regular elections. The nation has a history of creating new constitutions each time an amendment is ratified. Thus, the Dominican Republic has had 38 constitutions.

The main exports of the Dominican Republic are sugar, coffee, and tobacco. Other exports include cotton, rice, cocoa, beans, corn, potatoes, bananas, cattle, dairy products, and eggs. While agriculture plays a prominent role in the Dominican Republic's economy, the service sector has grown tremendously thanks to growth in areas such as tourism, telecommunications, and free trade.

You can now have 'toll free' multi-country conference calls from 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, Somalia, 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 international conference calls from the following Dominican Republic cities:

Santo Domingo
Santiago de los Caballeros
Santo Domingo Oeste
San Pedro de Macoris
La Romana
Bella Vista
San Cristobal
Puerto Plata
San Francisco de Macoris
Salvaleon de Higuey

Dominican Republic Export Trading Partners

Diagram of normal collaboration between Dominican Republic trading partner countries.

Dominican Republic Based Manufacturerers

VRA Electronics
Consorcio Citricos Dominicanos S.A.
Xiamen Bymea Lighting Co., Ltd
Industrias LOSAN, srl.
desoto-sanchez import
farmacos continental
Procesadora Vizcaya C x A
C D Export, Import, Sa
MegaPlax, S.A.
GMC Group
E-2 Design & Development
Norden, Inc.
Empresas Asterix, S.A.
Quisqueya Soluciones Electricas
Ocean and Fish CxA
E.B. Manufacturing, S.A.
jd import
World Resorts Marketing
Grupo Alonzo
PMF & Asoc.
VRA Electronics
Marat Industrial
Distribuidora Vijaya SRL
MGJ Products, LTD
Decosystem, s.r.l.
Aguilo Industrial S. A
adobac comercial
Gonzales Robles & Asociados
Mercantil Antillana CXA
Abraham Guerrero
Koury Pereyra Group
Empresa Astro Caribe S. A.
Coral Stone Quarrie
Super Goods, S. A.
D & J Muebles
Lara Hermanos Importadores
Merigo Trade
Asturias Seafood
New Hope Silver
R&M componentes industriales s.a
Goya Santo Domingo, S. A.
Dominican Custom Brokers
Drexport, S.A.
Yaje Manufacturing


Dominican Republic Conference Calls are easily hosted whether you are located in Santo Domingo or Santiago de los Caballeros or any other city.

The supplied Dominican Republic toll-free number makes connections simple.

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