Finland Conference Calls
- For centuries, Finland was a part of Sweden as a province and later a grand duchy. Finland was also a grand
duchy of Russia in the 1800s. Finland gained its independence in 1917. In 1995, Finland joined the European Union.
Today, the country has one of the highest per capita incomes in Western Europe and a modern, diversified industrial
Finland is home to more than 5.2 million as of July 2014 estimates by the CIA World Factbook. Reflecting its history,
the country's ethnic makeup consists of 93.4 percent Finn, 5.6 percent Swede, and .5 percent Russian, along with
a scattering of other groups. Finland has two official languages: English and Swedish.
Telecommunications in Finland
As of 2012, Finland had 890,000 main line telephones in use and more than 9.3 million mobile cellular subscribers.
The CIA World Factbook states that Finland's telecommunications system is modern with excellent service. Its domestic
network consists of digital fiber optics (fixed line) along with an extensive mobile cellular network.
International links via submarine cables offer connectivity to Sweden and Estonia while a shared
Inmarsat satellite earth station provides international connectivity with other parts of the world. Finland’s telecommunications
system is largely considered one of the most advanced in Europe — and the world at large. A report published on
TayVaughn.com reveals that most households in Finland have a traditional landline telephone connection and about
one out of three Finns has a mobile phone. Finland's network is 100 percent digital with some of the fastest data
transmission speeds in the world.
As far as information technology goes, Finland is highly connected with one of the highest percentages of computers
connected to the Internet per capita in the world. As of 2012, Finland had 4.763 million Internet hosts, and in
2009, it had 4.393 million Internet users.
Dial-up networking has given way to broadband connections, and mobile broadband is rapidly growing. Access to broadband
networks is nearly universal in Finland with fiber optic networks providing coverage across 95 percent of Finnish
municipalities. Interestingly, household Internet usage is extremely low, estimated at less than 1 per 100 people.
That said, most workplaces, educational institutions, hotels, and other gathering places provide high speed broadband
Internet access, and many users connect via their mobile devices.
International Conferencing in Finland
- With robust competition in the telecommunications market, Finns enjoy low domestic and international calling
costs — and they have numerous options available to them. Many take advantage of SIM cards and VoIP telephony to
make even cheaper international calls. However, when making group calls with international attendees, challenges
For example, hosting an international conference call in Finland means that some attendees are located in other
countries. These attendees may not be comfortable dialing a Finnish long distance phone number. Likewise, if they
live in countries with notoriously high international calling costs, they may have concerns about the potential
tolls they could incur when dialing Finland.
The best workaround is to use an international conference calling service to facilitate group conference calls.
Our international conference calling plans allow you to host group calls anywhere in the world with participants
from anywhere in the world. Rather than giving your international attendees a Finnish phone number to dial, you'd
schedule the international conference call using the conferencing service and issue country-specific access numbers.
For example, attendees in Russia would dial a Russian access number; attendees in the Philippines would dial a
number local to the Philippines; attendees in Finland would dial a Finnish access number. Note that these access
numbers can also be toll free if desired. Toll free international conferencing access numbers eliminate cost concerns
Regardless of whether you choose local or toll free access numbers, your attendees will intuitively know how to
connect to the call — without concerns about operators or confusing dialing instructions. Optionally, you can use
the moderator dial-out function to dial some participants directly. This is a useful function when you have attendees
located in countries with exceptionally high international rates or countries that are not supported with toll
We offer our international conference calling plans on a no contract basis. You pay only for the minutes you consume.
There are no minimum requirements, no fees, no penalties. Our rates are extremely competitive, too. Look up our
rates for the countries you hold international conference calls with today and see just how affordable holding
a global conference call in Finland can be.
Finland Conference Call Features
- 100 country toll free access expanded plan
- Finland in-country toll-free and local number
- Dial-out rates to 196 countries
- No activation fee
- No monthly fees
- No monthly minimum usage requirements
- No contract term
- 24 hour customer and operator support
- [ 0 0 ] summons on-call operator, 24/7
- Complete array of leader keypad commands
- Superb quality international toll free network
- Automatic emailed attendance reports
- MP3 record any conference call
- Initiate conference calls via Global Toll Free
- Add additional conference call rooms for other
- Monthly PDF itemized invoice
- Free mobile app for easy conference call access
Host or joining a Finland conference
call is simple.
- Toll free access from Finland enables a joint
conferebce meeting with multiple parties in disparate countries. A company VP located in Germany, Sweden or Finland,
Norway and other guests in Switzerland and the Hong Kong can converse all on the same call.
Optionally the Finland chairperson or attendee elsewhere can use the
App' feature to enter the Finland conference call without dialing an access
- Chair toll free conference
calls between Finland and these other toll free access 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, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Honduras,
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, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland,
Taiwan, Thailand, Trinidad, Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, UAE, UK, Uruguay, Venezuela, Vietnam.
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You can host or attend international
conference calls from the following Finland cities
Any other Finland city that can access the supplied in-country toll-free Finland
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Finland conference calls are transported over
a top tier PSTN global network for best audio conference quality eliminating echoes, dropouts, static and other
line quality issues.
Host or join a Finland teleconference utilizing the in-country Finland
toll-free access number supplied with account activation.
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Pay for Usage Only
No monthly fees of any kind
High Quality PSTN Network
Business Class Features
24/7 operator assistance
Finland toll-free access number is sent
to you immediately upon account activation
Conference call participants located in Finland can utilize the local Finland toll free access number
from their Finland mobile phones.
To use this service, the conference call participant in Finland simply makes a call to our Finland
toll-free number 08007#####
or the Helsinki local number 09231#####
(actual access numbers sent with new account email)
We provide in-country toll free numbers in over 100 countries.
MP3 recording makes it convenient to retain audio files of international conference calls.