Hungary Toll Free Conference Call Service

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How it works
  1. Register for Hungary conference call service here

  2. Give out the Hungary toll-free access number to your Hungary based call guests and send the global access number PDF list to all other oveseas participants that you invited to the call.

  3. Everyone dials-in at the time and date you set-up with your attendees. All participants can now speak and be heard regardless of global location.

     

  • Enjoy ultra high quality Hungary audio conferencing

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



Hungary International Conference Call Features
  • 119 country toll free access numbers
  • Optional dial-out rates to any country
  • Hungary Toll Free access number included
  • No activation fee
  • No monthly fees
  • No recurring fees of any kind
  • No monthly minimum usage requirements
  • No contract - No Committment
  • [ * 0 ] summons US based on-call operator, 24/7
  • Superb quality international toll free network
  • Automatic attendance reports
  • Free MP3 session recordings
  • Add additional conference call rooms for other users
  • Free Chairperson Online Audio Console

  • Offer international toll free access numbers to your team members who travel abroad so they can easily connect to your global conference call meetings.

  • Host multi-country conference calls. Our conferencing bridge is located in the U.S. but the moderator can initiate a conference call from any country.


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Telecommunications in Hungary


According to CIA World Factbook, as of July 2014 estimates, Hungary had a population of 9.91 million. In 2012, it had 2.96 million main line telephones in use and 11.58 million mobile cellular phones.

As you can see, there are more mobile phones in use in Hungary than there are people, a common phenomenon in countries around the world. Likewise, the number of mainline telephones has dwindled in comparison. Competition in the mobile market has contributed to these changing numbers since 2000.

The CIA World Factbook's general assessment of Hungary MapHungary's telecommunication system reports that it is a modern system that is both digital and highly automated. Fiber optic cable and digital microwave relay carry Hungary's trunk services. In 1196, Hungary initiated a program for fiber optic subscriber connections.

Hungary's telecommunications system is connected to all neighboring countries via fiber optic cable connections with Budapest being home to the international switch.
Two satellite earth stations provide additional international connectivity.


As of 2009, Hungary had 6.176 million Internet users, putting it at 40th place when compared with the rest of the world.

The main fixed line telecommunications companies in Hungary include: T-Com (Matav), Invitel, Hungarotel, Emitel, and Monortel. The main mobile telecommunications companies in Hungary include: T-Mobile, Telenor, and Vodafone.

Hungary Conference Calls

With its modern phone system and international connectivity, making and receiving international phone calls in Hungary is practically business as usual.

However, the practice becomes tricky when you need Hungarian Businessmanto make international calls with a group of participants located inside of and outside of Hungary.

For example, if you are in Hungary and need to host a group conference call with trade partners in Germany, Romania, and Austria, each of those participants would need to dial a local number for Hungary in order to access a traditional conference call.

Your toll free number simply won't accommodate international callers.




Though your call may originate in Hungary, your international participants can be given access numbers that are local to their countries.



For example, your international conference call attendees located in Germany could dial an access number local to Berlin, Germany and be immediately connected to your Hungary conference call. Meanwhile, those located in Austria and Romania would each use local or toll free access numbers for Austria and Romania respectively.


Our international conference calling service is a pay-as-you-go plan that you can use from virtually any country.


We support over 100 countries with local and toll free access numbers. All of our international conference calls are routed over a PSTN fiber optic network for optimal call quality.


With a huge list of value-added international conferencing features (like call recording, dial-out, and live conference viewers) coupled low per minute rates and no contracts, no minimum, no monthly fees, no recurring fees and no penalties for non-usage, you can't go wrong by signing up for a Hungary international conference calling plan.




Conduct Hungary Conference Calls with associates in U.S., Germany, Austria, Romania & Slovakia all on the same call

Hungary international conference call participants access your conference call by dialing a local Toll Free number in Hungary.


As an example, now your office in Hungary can host a conference call with a vendor located in Germany along with your marketing company in the UK and one of your associates in New York, USA.


Hungary Conference calls can be hosted from Hungary or accessed from Hungary by the attendees utilizing the Hungary Toll Free access number.


Optionally, the Hungary conference call chairperson can use the dial out feature to bring attendees into your Hungary conference call located in Budapest, Debrecen, Miskolc, Szeged, Pecs, Gyor, Nyiregyhaza, Kecskemet, Szekesfehervar, Szombathely, Szolnok, Tatabanya, Kaposvar, Bekescsaba, Zalaegerszeg and any other city in Hungary in addition to 119 other toll free countries.


About Hungary

Hungary was a communist country after falling in World War II. However, it resisted, first in 1956 when it revolved and attempted to withdraw from the Warsaw Pact and again in 1968 when it started to liberalize its economy. In 1990, change came with multiparty elections and the initiation of a free market economy. Hungary is now a member of both NATO and the European Union.


In recent years, Hungary has suffered from economic turmoil. The global financial crisis took its toll, resulting in serious economic woes by 2009.


While the government cut business and personal income taxes in 2010, financial institutions, retailers, and energy and telecom companies faced new "crisis taxes."


According to BuddeComm, telecom revenue was affected by the economic crisis, exacerbated by the aforementioned "crisis" taxes imposed on the telecommunications industry. An attempt to tax Internet traffic was widely opposed and ultimately abandoned in late 2014.


Hungary's economy is largely services based with services accounting for 65.5 percent, industry 31.1 percent, and agriculture just 3.4 percent of the economy.


Hungary's export partners include: Germany 26.7 percent, Romania 5.8 percent, Austria 5.7 percent, Slovakia 5.4 percent, Italy 4.9 percent, France 4.6 percent, United Kingdom 4.1 percent, and Poland 4 percent.


Its import partners include similar percentages, though the countries differ slightly: Germany 25.5 percent, Russia 8.6 percent, Austria 6.8 percent, China 6.7 percent, Slovakia 5.8 percent, Poland 4.9 percent, Italy 4.4 percent, and Czech Republic 4.2 percent.

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You can now have 'toll free' multi-country conference calls from Hungary with 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, 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 Hungarian cities:

Budapest
Szeged
Miskolc
Debrecen




Top Hungary Trade Partners



Diagram of normal collaboration between Hungary trading partner countries.

 

Companies based in Budapest, Hungary


Alcoa
MVM Group
GRAMONT
General Motors
Hudson Legal
British Telecom
Flextronics
Panasonic Corp
Huawei
Tata Consultancy
Aegon
Nissan CEE
Volvo
Saab
Ford
GE Capital
Sberbank
ING Group
Allianz
KBC Group
UniCredit
Bank of China
KDB Bank
Hanwha Bank
MOL Group
OTP Bank Group
FHB Bank
Gedeon Richter
Magyar Telekom
CIG Pannonia
Rába
Nokia
Ericcson
Bosch
Microsoft
IBM
Teva
Novartis
Sanofi
American International Group
Avon Products
BlackRock
Bloomberg
Citigroup
Cushman & Wakefield
Chevrolet
Diageo
Getronics
Knorr-Bremse
Norbert Dentressangle
SEI Investments Company
SIA Central Europe
Syngenta
Visteon
Glencore
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu
Deutsche Bank
Ernst & Young
Estée Lauder Companies
KPMG LLP
Marvel Entertainment
McGraw-Hill
McKinsey & Company
MetLife
Moody's
Morgan Stanley
MSCI
BDO International
MTV Networks
Liberty Global
CLS Music
Gramy Records
Hungaroton
Hunnia Film Studio
Pannonia Film Studio
SDI Media Hungary
Corvin Film
Time Warner
CIB Bank
Hungarian National Bank
International Training Center for Bankers
K&H Bank
MKB Bank
CBA
Borsod Brewery
Dreher Brewery
Gyori Keksz
Pick Szeged
Törley
Traubi
Zwack
MAL Hungarian Aluminium
Csepel
Ganz Works
Ikarus Bus
Voestalpine
Vienna Insurance Group
Wienerberger
Strabag
OMV
Raiffeisen International
Erste Bank
Andritz
Samsung
LG
Misys
EDF Energy
Nav N Go
Inditex
British Petrol
Exxon Mobil
British American Tobacco
British Airways
ThyssenKrupp
Pfizer
Philip Morris International
Calvin Klein
Ralph Lauren
Reader's Digest Association
Rockstar Games
Sony Music Entertainment
Thomson Reuters
Tiffany & Co.
Universal Music Group
Viacom
CovySoft Networks
Digital Reality
Graphisoft
Invictus Games
Key-Soft
LogMeIn
NeocoreGames
NEXON
Prezi
VirusBuster
Zen Studios
General Electric
Corvus Hungary LLC
BorsodChem
Magyar Posta
TriGránit
Zsolnay
Budapest Aircraft Service
Cinema City Hungary
CityLine Hungary
Danubius Hotels Group
Farnair Hungary
Gundel
Szerencsejáték Zrt.
Travel Service
Wizz Air
Budapest Stock Exchange
Hungarian Power Exchange

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Adding Remote Guests

Optionally connect anyone to your call regardless of country location using the optional dial-out feature.

Primarily used to add a participant in a remote country or to add another attendee while a call is in progress.



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MP3 session recording
makes it convenient to record and retain MP3 files of any recorded conference calls.





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