Successful Ireland International Conference
with Toll Free or Dublin Local Access
International Conference Call Ireland
International conference calls
Although an advanced and contemporary telecommunication
system exists in Ireland, hosting an international
conference call with participants
located not only in Ireland but additional countries is best outsourced to a professional global conference call
Global Conference Calls from Ireland
From Ireland you can lead a global conference
call with anyone located in any country.
For instance, you might have attendees in multiple countries. You will be enabled to all talk on the same call.
Everyone can speak and be heard with included participants in the USA, the UK, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland and
France and any other countries.
Your attendees access your phone meeting from their country using in-country toll free numbers at no cost to the
As an option, you can dial attendee directly using moderator "dial-out"
According to the World Factbook, Ireland had just over 2 million main telephone lines in use in 2012 and nearly
5 million mobile cellular subscribers. In 2009, Ireland was home to over 3 million Internet subscribers. Broadband
Internet access is increasing, especially in urban areas.
As far as Ireland's telecommunications system goes, it is a modern, digital system consisting of both cable and
microwave radio relay. Ireland's telecommunications system is dominated by a formerly state-owned operator, Eircom,
despite privatization. Ireland's telecommunications market first opened to competition in 1998.
Many years later, Eircom continues to hold the most marketshare in the fixed telephone lines space and is the largest
telecommunications company in Ireland. In addition to offering fixed line services, Eircom also offers mobile and
broadband Internet services.
Extensive fiber optic networks exist throughout the country and are operated by companies such as EirCom, BT Ireland,
UPC Ireland, and ESB Group.
Ireland's international telecommunications network is served by a satellite earth station as well as the Hibernia-Atlantic
submarine cable which links Ireland to the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Dedicated capacity is
also available to other parts of the world.
The telecommunications market in Ireland is regulated by ComReg. It is open, and there is quite a bit of competition
for most services other than fixed-line services which continue to be dominated by Eircom.
The four major mobile telecommunications providers offering service in Ireland are: 3 Ireland, O2 Ireland, Vodafone
Ireland, and Meteor (Eircom). In addition, Ireland is home to six mobile network virtual operators (MNVOs): 48,
eMobile, Tesco Mobile, Blueface, Lycamobile, and Postfone.
With an open telecommunications market, Ireland has access to a vast array of services and technologies including
DSL, PDH, ATM, SDH, VoIP, Frame Relay, Wireless Broadband, and more.
Conference Call Ireland
Enjoy ultra high quality Ireland audio conferencing
Give out the Ireland toll-free access number to
guests located in Ireland or the local Dublin number. Send the other international guests the access number to
dial-in from their country.
Optionally use the included dial-out feature to
add attendees in any other country that may not have a local access number available. You can add attendees in
any country, at any time during your call.
At the end of your call, the moderator receives an email summary of the call
detailing all participant entry time, caller ID's, date, time of call, duration, etc.
Optionally the chairperson or attendee can use the web 'Connect' feature to enter the Ireland
international conference call.
Conference participants in
Ireland can access the conference call by dialing the Ireland toll-free or Dublin local access numbers from any
location in Ireland You can use the Ireland International Toll Free access number from any city in Ireland including: