Options for making affordable international calls from Jamaica are plentiful.
For example, you could purchase an international calling card or use a pay-as-you-go international
conference calling plan. With calling cards, you will want to use up
as many of the minutes that you purchase in order to get the most out of your investment.
With an international conference call plan, you can include more than one other person
on the line at once from different countries and gain access to much better international calling rates from Jamaica.
If you are staying at a resort and need to make or join an international conference calls from Jamaica,
you can avoid resort calling fees by simply dialing the local Jamaica Toll-Free access number to use your international
conference calling plan.
From there, take advantage of low rates from Jamaica.
Conference Call Jamaica
Here's how it works
Sign up for a no-contract Jamaica conference calling plan with low per minute rates from Jamaica and the countries
Either give out the Jamaica toll-free access number
to other guests in Jamaica or use the Connect App or dial-out feature to add more attendees.
Enjoy a superior audio conferencing network and
Add additional conference call rooms for other
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Using the Connect App from Jamaica
Have Wifi in Jamaica?
Use it with iPhone, Android, PC or Mac
If so, the free included Connect App enables easy connection to the conference call with no access numbers to enter
Dial-out from Jamaica
Adding Remote Participants
Optional free feature:
You can connect anyone to your
call regardless of their country
location using the included dial-out feature.
Primarily used to add a participant in a remote country or to add another attendee while a call is in progress.
Jamaica has a fully automatic domestic telecommunications network.
In 1999, the island nation's telecommunications services market was opened up to competition which resulted in
a rapid increase in mobile cellular service and adoption.
As of 2011, Jamaica's mobile teledensity was over 110 mobile phones for every 100 people. According to the CIA
World Fact Book, over 272,000 main lines were in use in Jamaica in 2011. At the same time, over 2.975 million mobile
cellular phones were in use.
Jamaica is connected via the Fibralink submarine cable network. It is also connected to the Americas Region Caribbean
Ring System (ARCOS-1) submarine cable which provides connectivity to parts of the Caribbean, South America, Central
America, and the United States. It also has a satellite earth station.
While international callers often enjoy low rates when calling to Jamaica (though this varies from one country
to the next), you may find that making international calls from Jamaica is more expensive than you expected. According
to TripAdvisor, many Jamaican resorts charge high fees simply to use the in-room phone plus they contract with
third party service providers that charge excessively high per minute rates.
You can host or attend multi-country
conference calls from the following Jamaica cities:
Kingston, Spanish Town, Portmore, Negril, Montego
Bay, Mandeville,May Pen, Half Way Tree, Savanna-la-Mar, Port Antonio, Linstead, Bog Walk, Ewarton, Saint Ann's
Bay, Little London, Hayes or any other city that can access the Jamaica toll-free number.
Optionally the chairperson or attendee can use the web 'Connect' feature to trigger a callback to his/her phone to enter the Jamaica conference call.