France Toll Free Conference Call

France Toll Free Conference Call


Conference Call France

France FlagHow it works

  1. All participants dial-in at the date and time you arrange with them for your conference call

  2. Send the France access number to France located call guests

  3. Send the supplied global access number list to all international attendees so they can enter your call from their country

  4. When the dial-in number is called, a voice prompt asks the attendee to enter the supplied PIN

  5. All participants can then speak and be heard internationally

    Optionally, use the included
    free Audio Console to manage your call if online.

France Conference Call Features

  • 119 network access numbers worldwide
  • France toll-free and local dial-in numbers included
  • Dial-out feature
  • Free audio console portal
  • 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
  • Superb quality international toll free network
  • Automatic attendance report
  • Free MP3 session recordings
  • Add additional conference call rooms for other users

Host a France Toll Free Conference Call

Making international calls to or from France is relatively easy and affordable.

However, when it comes to making international conference calls between individuals in France and other countries, it becomes challenging due to differences in dialing conventions.

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For example, if you're hosting a conference call in the United States with participants in France or one of its overseas regions, your French attendees won't be able to connect using your US toll free number.

Likewise, callers in France may be concerned about the cost of dialing your US phone number directly. They might not even know how to dial out of the country without operator assistance.

You can overcome these obstacles by using an international conference calling service with support for France and other countries involved in your call. You can host your France group call from any country, but issue different access numbers for your attendees to use.

For example, if you host a U.S. conference with attendees from France, Italy, South Africa, Ecuador, and Kenya, your attendees will be able to dial toll free or local access numbers specific to
their countries.

Optionally, as the host of the call, you could use the "dial out" feature to direct dial participants in countries where local or toll free access is not supported.

For example, if you have participants in Mayotte, you could dial them direct and patch them into the France global conference call.

Using direct dial out often results in lower costs, too. If Louvre Caryatids Parisyou notice that a participant is from a country with higher per minute rates than you'd like, you'll often find that dial out rates are significantly lower per minute.

Another advantage of using direct dial to connect attendees to your France global conference call is that you don't have to wait for them to remember it's time. Simply dial and connect. We also have a Connect App, which makes dial out even easier.

Whether you need to host an international conference call in France or have participants located around the world, global group calls are easier and less expensive than you may have realized.

About France

France is home to 66.2 million people and is known for being one France map imageof the world's most modern countries. France has five overseas regions, French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Mayotte, Reunion, and Martinique, each of which is considered part of France proper.

France also has several dependent regions: French Polynesia, Clipperton Island, French Southern and Antarctic Lands, Saint Barthelemy, Saint Martin, New Caledonia, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Wallis and Futuna.

France's economy is considered diverse, with many large companies privatized. However, the power, defense, and public transportation industries remain under tight government control.

The economy is powered in large part by the services industry (nearly 80 percent). Agriculture makes up just 1.7 percent of the economy.

Telecommunications in France

The CIA World Factbook reports that France had 39.29 million main line telephones in use as of 2012 and 62.28 million mobile cellular phones.

France has a highly developed, modern telecommunications system consisting for cable and microwave radio relay, fiber optic cable, and domestic satellites.

Internationally, France's telecommunications system is connected via submarine cables, at least three satellite earth stations, and HF radiotelephone communications.

France's country code is 33.
Each of its overseas regions has its own international country code:

  • French Guiana - 594
  • Guadeloupe - 590
  • Martinique - 596
  • Mayotte - 262
  • Reunion - 262

As of 2009, France had 45.26 million Internet users, putting it in eigth place worldwide.

Telecommunications companies in France include: Altitude Telecom, Bouygues Telecom, Breizh Mobile, Darty, Free, Numericable, SFR, Orange (formerly France Telecom), and Virgin Mobile. Of these, Orange is the largest.

Some of the major Internet service providers in France include: DartyBox, Free (ISP), Haut Débit Radio Régional, Lyon Internet Exchange, Neuf Cegetel, Oleane, Wanadoo, and World-NET.

The regulatory authority for France's telecommunications industry is ARCEP (Autorité de Régulation des Communications Electroniques et des Postes).

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France trading partners diagram

France international conference call participants access your conference call by dialing a local France Toll Free number at no cost to them.

As an example, now your office in France can host a conference call with an associate located in the Australia along with a consultant in the Belgium.

France Conference calls can be hosted from France or accessed from France utilizing the France International Toll Free access number sent to the account owner upon account activation.

The conference call host can use the dial out feature to bring attendees into your France conference call located in Paris, Lyon, Marseille-Aix, Lille, Toulouse, Bordeaux, Nantes, Strasbourg, Nice, Grenoble or any other city in France.

If your have a participant located in a country that is not listed, that participant can still access your conference call using our local U.S. bridge number (provided upon account activation). Or, the moderator can use our dial-out feature to add the participant to the France conference call.

Examples of France Based Companies

AXA Group
BNP Paribas
CNP Assurances
Société Générale
Credit Agricole
Christian Dior
Schneider Electric
Air France-KLM
Veolia Environnement
L'Oréal Group
Michelin Group
Air Liquide
CIC Group
Financiere de l'Odet
Pernod Ricard
Publicis Groupe
Zodiac Aerospace
Hermès International
Dassault Aviation
Aeroports de Paris
Dassault Systemes
Foncière des Régions


France Toll Free Conference Calls are easy to Host from Paris or Lille or any city in France.

France Conference call attendees dial a France toll-free phone number to join your France conference call.

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All global access numbers provided upon account activation

You can host conference calls from France as a chairperson or join a France teleconference as a participant.

Free MP3 session recording
makes it convenient to record and retain audio files for future reference.

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