International Conference Call Macau
Macau conference calls how it works
Communicating with Friends, Family,
and Colleagues in Macau via a global conference call.
If you have contacts in Macau, there are many communications options including: traditional long distance phone
calls, Skype calls, email, instant messaging, Web chats, and group audio conference calls.
- Here's how it works
1 Activate your account to receive global access numbers,
PIN and easy user guide.
2 Send your Macau participants the Macau toll-free access
number. And send your other attendees the access number for their country from the list.
3 All participants dial in and enter a PIN and are immediately
joined together on a crystal clear global connection.
Everyone can now talk together internationally.
While you're likely familiar with most of these options, you may not be aware of the intricacies involved with
international conference calls. For example, a regular in-country conference call involves issuing a single phone
number for everyone to dial. This number can either be a local number for the call's host or a toll free number
so that participants won't incur any toll charges.
This works well domestically but becomes problematic internationally. If you give your colleagues in Macau a toll
free number for a USA international conference call, that toll free number, which is specific to the United States,
will not work in Macau.
The answer is to use an international conference call service that offers toll
free international access numbers. This way, you can give your contacts in Macau a toll free number that's local
to Macau. They'll simply dial as they normally would while the international conference call service provider routes
the call from Macau to your conference — wherever in the world it may be hosted.
Like Hong Kong, Macau is a "Special Administrative Region" of the People's Republic of China. China's
Special Administrative Regions are autonomous territories that fall within China's sovereignty but are not actually
part of Mainland China.
Macau is a former Portuguese colony and was administered by Portugal until December 20, 1999 when Portugal transferred
sovereignty back to China.
According to the World Bank, Macau is one of the world's richest cities with a GDP per capita by purchasing
power parity being the highest in the world (as of 2013). Population estimates vary for Macau. As of the end of
2013, Macau's statistical agency put the population at about 607,500.
Telecommunications in Macau
As of 2012, the World Fact Book estimates that Macau had 162,500
main lines in use and another 1.6 million mobile cellular phones. Macau is served by a relatively modern communication
system. Throughout both Portuguese and Chinese administration, Macau has maintained its own telephone numbering
plan. This means that calls to mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan are considered international calls.
Macau's country code is +853 and its international call prefix is 00. Macau does not have a trunk prefix nor does
it use area codes. Numbering patterns are as follows:
Residential, business, and government numbers - 28xx
Cellular numbers - 6xxx xxxx
Macau is a landing point for a submarine cable network (SEA-ME-WE-3) that connects
to Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. In addition, Macau is home to one satellite earth station and a HF radiotelephone
Macau was one of the first regions in the world to phase out GSM mobile networks with most GSM networks in the
region decommissioned in mid-2012.
As far as Internet usage in Macau goes, its Internet user penetration rate is 65 percent — one of the highest in
the world. However, its user penetration rate for fixed broadband service stands at just 27 percent. This could
indicate a lack of competition in this segment.
Liberalization of the telecommunications market is underway in Macau. In 2001, the monopoly over cellular services
was terminated, resulting in a rush to mobile cellular phones and a decline in fixed line phones. Macau's mobile-cellular
teledensity is more than 200 per 100 people. The fixed line market was opened to competition in 2013. The cable
TV market was liberalized in 2014.
One of the major telecommunications service providers in Macau is CTM (Companhia de Telecomunicações
de Macau S.A.R.L). CTM was formed in 1981 through a joint agreement between the Macau government and Cable and
Wireless, a UK telecommunications operator. Today, CTM offers fixed line services, mobile services, Internet services,
prepaid services, and more to consumers and businesses in Macau.
Communicating with Others Around the World from Macau
You can also use an international conference calling plan from within Macau to
communicate with your colleagues around the world. As the moderator of the call, you can issue international access
numbers specific to your participants' countries. Over a hundred countries are supported with toll free and local
international access numbers. For instance, your colleagues in Canada will dial a Canadian number while those in
France will dial a French access number. Those located within Macau will simply dial a local number in Macau.
Either way, they all connect to your international conference call with minimal fuss. Should anyone need operator
assistance, it is readily available.
Macau Conference Call Features
- 100 country toll free access expanded plan
- Macau toll-free number included
- Free dial-out feature to 196 countries
- 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
- Complete array of leader keypad commands
- Superb quality international toll free network
- Automatic emailed attendance report
- MP3 session recording of any conference call
- Initiate conference calls via Global Toll Free
- Add additional conference call rooms for other
- PDF itemized invoice
- Free mobile app for easy conference call access
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You can host or attend international
conference calls from Macau
From Macau join a conference call with Hong Kong,
China, Japan, USA or any other city that can access the supplied in-country toll free access number.
Optionally the chairperson or attendee can use the web 'Connect' feature to trigger a callback to his/her phone to enter the Macau conference call at
low dial-out rates.
As an example, your attendee in Macau can
join your conference call with other participants located in Japan or China and an IT department located in the
India and a participant in the U.S., or any other worldwide country.
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