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Jordan Global Conference Call
International Conference Call Jordan
Jordan Conference Calls
Collaborate using International Conference
Calls with Jordan and include global participants.
With its robust telecommunications infrastructure, fast Internet speeds, high concentration of mobile cellular
users, and recent introduction of 4G LTE networks, communicating in Jordan is generally a good experience for users.
One area not previously addressed involves making a Jordan international
Jordan business users often use conferencing bridges and domestic conference calling
services to make group calls within the country. However, for international conference calls, traditional teleconferencing
services become problematic because most participants will need to dial international access numbers (which adds
complexity and costs).
The work around to this is to use an international conference calling service in Jordan that provides
toll free and local access numbers for countries around the world.
For example, the Expanded global conference calling plan from aitelephone.com offers competitive local, toll free,
and dial out rates for more than 150 cities and countries around the world - including Jordan toll-free access.
This plan makes it easy and affordable to host an international conference call. Jordan chairperson and attendees
will use a toll free number to access the call while participants in other countries may use a toll free or local
access number specific to their own countries. This reduces concerns about both costs and how to access the Jordan
international conference call.
Jordan International Conference Call Features
Whether you're located in Jordan or have potential attendees there, using our Jordan international conference
call plan offers the following:
Jordan in-country toll-free access number included
Included dial-out option
Instant US based operator assistance 24/7
Connect over high quality PSTN global network
Experience crystal clear audio
Use with any landline, mobile, or VoIP phone
Automatic call attendance summaries
PDF itemized invoice
MP3 recording of any conference call
Free Live Conference Viewer
Pay as you go with no contracts, no minimums,
and no recurring fees of any kind
The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, or Jordan as it's commonly called, is an Arab kingdom located on the East
Bank of the Jordan River. Jordan lost the West Bank to Israel in the Six Day War in 1967 and later relinquished
all claims to it in 1988. Jordan's unique location connects Africa, Europe, and Asia.
Jordan is home to more than 8.1 million people and has one of the smallest economies in the Middle East. The country
relies heavily on foreign aid to help overcome a lack of natural resources including water and oil.
Jordan also struggles with high poverty, unemployment, an inflation rates, though economic reforms have been implemented
in recent years - and progress is being made despite the recent influx of Syrian refuges.
Jordan's Telecommunications System
Jordan's telecommunications history dates back to the early 1920s when the Ministry of Post, Telegraph and Telephony
was founded. By the early 1960s, Jordan had an automatic telephone switch service that used electromechanical switching
with a capacity of approximately 5000 lines.
The next decade saw the introduction of the Telecommunications Corporation which oversaw the routine operations
of telephone, telegraph, and telex communications. The government invested in Jordan Telecom's network expansion
from the 1970s through mid-1980s and later developed the National Telecommunications Program in 1993.
Today, Jordan's telecommunications system is highly developed, growing, and being modernized. According to CIA
World Factbook, Jordan had an estimated 380,000 fixed line subscribers in 2014 which translates to about 5 subscribers
out of 100. In contrast, there were an estimated 11.1 million mobile cellular subscribers during that same time
period, or about 140 subscribers out of 100.
Jordan's telecommunications system makes use of microwave radio relay, coaxial, and fiberoptic transmissions and
digital switching equipment. All both fixed line and mobile services are open to competition.
Jordan is a landing point for the FLAG (Fiber-Optic Link Around the Globe) FEA and Falcon submarine cable networks.
Its telecommunications networks are connected internationally via numerous satellite earth stations, microwave
radio relay links, and fiberoptic cables.
The country is home to about 3.6 million Internet users, representing about 45 percent of Jordan's population as
of 2014 according to the CIA World Factbook. Other sources put the Internet penetration rate even higher. Jordan
has been called the "Silicon Valley" of the Middle East, due in large part to its large number of Internet
startups and high speed Internet connections.
Jordan's mobile market is also quite healthy with 4G LTE services arriving in 2015. The first operator with a 4G
license was Zain Jordan followed by Orange Jordan. For years, Jordan's National Broadband Network has been on again,
off again. According to Budde.com.au, it appears back on and many believe it's about 35 percent deployed. This
combination of 4G LTE and a national broadband network could lead to growth.
Major Telecommunications Operators in Jordan
With its open telecommunications market, Jordan is home to numerous telecommunications operators including:
Jordan Telecom / Orange Jordan
Other operators include Mada Communication, Wi-Tribe, XPress Telecom, E Data, Gonabit, Jabbar Internet Group,
Jeeran, MarkaVIP, Maktoob Group, Sallaty, Tand Virgin Mobile MEA.
Conference Call Jordan
You can host conference
calls as the
chairperson 'from' Jordan
For example, your associate located in Jordan
can join a global conference call with a VP located in New York a IT department in Saudi Arabia or India and add
other guests in the UK and France, all on the same call.
It is not necessary to be located in the U.S. to use this service.
You can be the chairperson
in Jordan and initiate conference calls
with any participants in any other country.
As an option the Jordan chairperson
or any attendee can use the convenient web 'Connect' App to access the Jordan conference call without dialing an access number.
Simply download the app after account activation, use with iPhone, Blackberry, Android, PC or Mac. top
You can host Jordan 'toll free'
multi-country conference calls 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, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland,
Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, Montserrat, Netherlands, New Zealand,
Norway, Oman, Pakistan, 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, UAE, UK, Uruguay, Venezuela, Vietnam. top
Jordan's Major Trading Partners
India, Iraq, US, Saudi Arabia, UAE
You can host or attend international
conference calls from the following Jordan cities
Wadi Al Seer
Ar Ramtha and any other Jordan city that can access the local Jordan toll-free access
Sample of Companies
Based in Jordan
Industry and Mining Companies
KADDB (King Abdullah II Design and Development Bureau)
Amman Chamber of Commerce
Tantash Group / MidPharma - Pharmaceuticals
Al Hikma Pharmaceuticals Company
Arab Potash Company - Mining
Jordan Phosphate Mines Co.
Real Estate and Construction Companies
Al Tajamouat Company for Touristic Projects
Al Maabar Jordan Investments Company
Zara Investment Holding
Eastern Holding Company
Telecoms and ICT Companies
TRC (Telecommunications Regulatory Authority)
Jordan Telecom Group
Energy Companies in Jordan
Jordan Petroleum Refinery Company
Jordan Electric Power Company
Jordan Energy and Mining Limited
Jordan Oil Shale Company
KAN International Petroleum Services