Malawi International Conference Calls
- International conference calling in Malawi is an option when collaborating with
a team or clients located in Malawi. And it's actually easier than you may think despite Malawi's rudimentary phone
We suggest using our pay-as-you-go international conference calling service along with the free Connect app to
accomplish any international conference calls involving participants in Malawi. Here's what you need to know:
The Connect app is free and both the chairperson and attendees can use it to join a call.
It takes care of all international dialing, allowing you to join your international conference calls with just
a tap on your smartphone or click on a PC or Mac.
When you (or one of your attendees) uses the Connect app to join international conference calls, you'll get billed
the dial-out rates for that country.
rates tend to be less than international toll free dial-in access numbers or in-country access numbers.
Plus, some countries, such as Malawi, are not supported with these country-specific access numbers so using the
Connect app can make Malawi conference calls possible.
Another option for joining participants into an international group audio call is to use our live, US-based operators.
They're available 24/7 and readily available to contact your attendees and join them into the call.
The Connect app also has a moderator dial-out feature where you can join attendees into your Malawi conference
calls by dialing them directly.
You can record your Malawi conference calls by tapping the "record" button in the Connect app.
All attendees, whether they've dialed in on their own, used the Connect app, or were joined by an operator, will
be routed to the international conference call over modern PSTN networks for the ultimate in reliability and sound
Our Malawi conference calling plans are available on a pay-as-you-go basis with no contracts, no minimums, and
no monthly fees.
Formerly known as Nyasaland, the Republic of Malawi is located in Southeast
Africa. It is a landlocked country bordered by Zambia, Tanzania, and Mozambique. Malawi is home to almost 18 million
Nyasaland was established in 1891 as a British protectorate. Malawi became an independent country and renamed itself
to Malawi in 1964. For 30 years, Malawi was under one-party rule. In 1994, the first multiparty elections were
Malawi is one of the most densely populated, least developed countries in the world. It struggles with population
growth, corruption, poor health and education, and HIV / AIDS, among other issues. The life expectancy in Malawi
is low, and infant mortality is high.
Malawi's economy is largely agricultural, with agriculture representing about 90 percent of the country's export
revenues and about 30 percent of its GDP. Most of the population lives in rural areas. Tobacco is one of Malawi's
primary export crops as are tea, sugar, and coffee. As a heavily indebted poor country, Malawi relies on a great
deal of financial assistance. That aid has been frozen, however, due to a corruption scandal known as "Cashgate."
Malawi also has a spotty human rights record. Some of the issues include police brutality, limits on free speech,
limits on freedom of the press, harsh prison conditions, corruption, child marriage, high maternal mortality rates,
and abuses associated with witchcraft accusations.
Telecommunications in Malawi
According to CIA World Factbook, Malawi had 64,200 fixed line phone subscribers in 2014 for a fixed line telephone
density of less than one subscriber for every 100 people. That same year, Malawi had 5.1 million mobile cellular
subscribers for a mobile telephone density of 30 mobile phones for every 100 people. Malawi Telecommunications
was privatized in 2006.
CIA World Factbook calls Malawi's telecommunications system "rudimentary." Malawi has two satellite earth
stations. As with many poor, undeveloped countries, Malawi's telephone services are more common in urban areas
and less accessible in rural areas.
According to Budde.com.au, Bharti Airtel and Telecom Networks Malawi (TNM) share a duopoly for mobile telecom services
in Malawi. Two other mobile operators were granted licenses but have not offered services. Malawi's two fixed-line
telephone service providers, Malawi Telecommunications and Access Communications have been licensed to offer mobile
Malawi is implementing a national fiber optic backbone and has recently gained access to international submarine
As far as Internet usage goes in Malawi, in 2014, just 2.2 percent of the population had Internet access. Budde.com.au
lists 22 licensed Internet Service Providers in Malawi but notes that the limited availability and high cost of
international bandwidth kept prices high and held back growth. Internet service is available via DSL, WiMAX, and
3G mobile services.
Making a standard international phone call from Malawi
If you need to make international phone calls from within Malawi, you will need to dial 00, the country's exit
code, before dialing the international country code, area code, and phone number for the person
or company that you are calling.
If you need to call some in Malawi, look up your own country's exit code and dial that number before dialing Malawi's
country code of 265 followed by the phone number of the person or company in Malawi that you are calling.
Malawi International Conference Call Features
- 150 worldwide access numbers
- Dial-out rates to any country
- 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
- Superb quality international network
- Automatic attendance reports
- MP3 session recording of any conference call
- Initiate conference calls via Global Toll Free
- Add additional conference call rooms for other
- Monthly PDF itemized invoice
- Free mobile app for easy conference call access
Malawi Export Partners
You can host or attend international conference calls from the following Malawi cities:
- Lilongwe, Blantyre, Mzuzu and Zomba
Optionally the chairperson or attendee can use the web 'Connect' feature to trigger a callback
from our international bridge to his/her Malawi phone to access the Malawi conference call.
As an example, your office in Malawi
can host a conference call with your trading partner located in Canada or South Africa and a IT person located
in Germany and a financial partner in the US or any other worldwide countries.
Examples of Businesses Headquartered in
Conforzi Plantations LTD
Hemm Trading Company
Walters Sundowns Investments
Chiko General Dealers
Agriculture Commodity Trading (Agricot)
Fortune CP Ltd
Mace Structural Steel Engineering Contractors
InteGrow Capital Commodities
Micemart Farms Limited
Rhema Kwacha Trading
ngala agro trading company
worldwide gemstones company
Mughona Enterprises Limited
GoodHope Fruit Nursery
Kameko Technologies Limited
Mack T Afencies
JB CONSULTING GROUP
ZT Ruida chemicals
Tradestone Commodities Ltd
R Y M Supplier
Funwe Farm Ltd
Sri Millenium Resources Sdn Bhd
Spelman Gouldman Fitzgerald
Sputnik Car Hire
praise yhwh investments
Solanke and Co
Anglo African Produce Ltd
Africa Mining Limited
Ghaba General Traders
Jonathan Mzembe Agro Business
Mike's Trading Group Limited
vigen clinical massage
Dealmore Produce Company
Roehampton Barnes Foods
Liuese Investments Group Limited
Royal Class Trading cc
Digital Arts Malawi
kaysons International Ltd
Central Africa Holdings Ltd
R& G Investments
M&U IMPORT EXPORT
Malawi Switch Center Limited
Josheen General Suppliers
Malawi Web Cam
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Current Malawi Weather
Malawi Postal Codes
Malawi Yellow Pages
Malawi Telecommunications News Feed
Host or attend Malawi International Conference
Malawi enterprises that are international in scope, can
economically collaborate with associates, suppliers and potential customers located in other countries utilizing
the Connect app from a smartphone or desktop or using the included dial-out feature.
MP3 session recording makes it convenient to record and retain MP3 files of any recorded conference