International Conference Calls enabling Collaboration
between Panama and other Countries
Colaboración global con llamadas de conferencia internacionales de Panamá
Making Global Conference Calls from Panama
- With its bustling economy and large-scale construction projects, many in project
managers, suppliers, politicians, and business professionals need a convenient, easy-to-use way to host global
conference calls with partners around the globe.
Though making international long distance phone calls has become significantly cheaper due to competition, holding
international conference calls can be tricky. It's not the cost of the call that proves to be an obstacle in Panama,
rather it's the logistics involved in getting everyone else to join the call.
Panama Global Conference Calls
- Panama Toll Free - 32¢ per minute
Panama City Local - 11¢ per minute
U.S. Toll Free - 2.6¢ per minute
View all global conference call rates here
Here's how it works when you're the host of
a global conference call in Panama
- Sign up for a pay-as-you-go global conference
- Schedule the call with your participants
- Invite participants
- Give your participants local or toll free access
- Join the call at the appointed time that you choose
- Record the call if desired
- View attendance and manage other details of the
conference via a live conference viewer
- Pay low per minute international conference rates
- Enjoy a trouble free connection with clear voice
- Our international conferencing plans take advantage of a traditional PSTN network
for the best sound quality. We offer global conferencing plans with support for both toll free and local numbers
on a pay-as-you-go basic. There's no contract to sign, no activation fee, and no commitment.
Sign up for a Panama global conferencing plan today
- Spain explored and settled Panama in the 16th century. In 1821, Panama joined the Republic of Gran Colombia
(a short-lived union) along with Colombia, Venezuela, and Ecuador. Though the Republic of Gran Colombia dissolved
within a decade, Panama stayed part of Colombia until 1903 when it seceded. During this time, Panama allowed the
United States to build the Panama Canal. For about a century, the U.S. had a strong presence in Panama. It helped
oust a dictator in the late 1980s and ultimately transferred the Panama Canal and its bases to Panama around the
turn of the century.
In 2007, Panama began construction on a massive expansion of the Panama Canal — effectively doubling its capacity.
The $5.3 billion canal expansion project is expected to be completed by 2016. Once completed, the Panama Canal
will be able to accommodate much larger ships.
According to the CIA World Factbook, Panama had 3.6 million people as of July 2014 estimates. The nation's capital
is Panama City. Panama has 10 provinces and 3 indigenous territories.
Panama's economy relies heavily on its services sector. Among Panama's largest services are: canal operations,
logistics, tourism, banking, insurance, container ports, flagship registry, and the Colon Free Trade Zone.
Panama has a U.S. dollar-based economy; the U.S. dollar is legal tender there. This, coupled with a good telecommunications
infrastructure, various global network links and submarine cable links, and its prime location (and the Panama
Canal, of course), give Panama a large competitive advantage compared to other Latin American countries.
Though Panama has a strong economy, its strength hasn't necessarily trickled down. Panama's income distribution
is reportedly the second worst in Latin America with a quarter of the population living in poverty.
- Telecommunications in Panama
As of 2012, Panama had about 640,000 main line telephones in use and another 6.77 million mobile cellular phones.
As with many countries, Panama has seen a large increase in mobile cellular usage and a corresponding decrease
in traditional landline usage. Mobile phones and SIM cards have helped to push mobile penetration rates to more
than 190 percent.
The CIA World Factbook says that Panama's domestic and international telecommunications systems are well developed.
Panama serves as a landing point for three major submarine cable systems. It has two satellite earth stations.
Panama is also connected to the Central American Microwave System.
As of 2009, Panama had just fewer than 1 million Internet users. As of 2012, that number jumped to 1.6 million,
roughly 45 percent of the population. Panama's government encouraged Internet use by becoming one of the world's
first countries to offer free wireless broadband access nationwide via its Internet for All project.
According to Business Panama, the country opened its telecommunications market to competition in 2003. This move
ended Cable & Wireless Panama's monopoly. That said, Cable & Wireless Panama remains a power player, and
is reluctant to unbundle the local network. Meanwhile, competition in the long distance arena is more robust. The
cost of making international calls from Panama has dropped significantly thanks to competition is this area.
In 2008 and 2009, the arrival of Digicel Panama and America Movil's Claro ended the duopoly previously held by
Cable & Wireless Panama and Telefonica's Movistar. Panama recently introduced mobile number portability, a
move that should encourage competition. Mobile broadband is particularly popular in rural areas. 2012 say the arrival
of 4G networks.
Panama International Conference Call Features
- 100 country toll free access expanded plan
- Panama Toll-Free and Local access numbers included
- Dial-out rates to any country
- No activation fee
- Pay as you go, 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
- Monthly PDF itemized invoice
- Free mobile app for easy conference call access
- Offer international toll free access numbers
to your team members who travel
abroad so they can easily connect to your global conference call meetings.
- Host multi-country conference calls. Our conferencing bridge is located in the U.S. but the
moderator can initiate a conference call from any country.
- Enable geographically diverse international
offices to join conference calls
to provide input on issues that affect their regions.
- You can now have 'toll free'
multi-country conference calls from 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, Egypt, El Salvador, Finland, France, Germany,
Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Malaysia,
Mexico, Montserrat, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Panama, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Russia, Saudi Arabia,
Slovakia, Slovenia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, St. Kitts/Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Sweden, Switzerland,
Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Trinidad, Tobago, Turkey, UAE, UK, Uruguay, Uzbekistan and Venezuela.
Conference Call Panama enables hosting or participating in a multi-country conference call with attendees located
Santiago de Veraguas
Vista Alegre or any other city in Panama
Optionally the chairperson or attendee can use the web 'Connect' feature to trigger a callback
to his/her phone to enter the Panama conference call.
- Your participants in
Panama can access the conference call by dialing a Panama Toll-Free or local Panama City number from any location
As an example, your office in Panama can host a conference
call with your IT department in Portugal and your Panama SEO company along with your partners located in London
and the US, all on the same call.
Major Panama Trading Partners
Directory of Public Companies in Panama
Balsam Ventures Inc
Banco Aliado SA
Banco Delta SA BMF
Banco General SA
Banco Latinoamericano de Comerci Extr SA
Banco Panameno de la Vivienda SA
Banco Universal SA
Bolsa de Valores de Panama SA
Boomer Ventures Inc
Central Latinoamericana de Valores SA
Copa Holdings, S.A.
Corporacion Microfinanciera Nacional SA
Credicorp Bank SA
Empresa General de Inversiones SA
Empresas Tagaropulos, S.A.
Financiera Automotriz SA
Flomo Resources Inc
GB Group Corporation
Geoinfo Internacional SA
Global Bank Corp
Golden Forest SA
Grupo Assa SA
Grupo Financiero Continental SA
Grupo Melo SA
Grupo Mundial Tenedora SA
International Thunderbird Gaming Corp.
MHC Holdings Ltd
Primer Banco del Istmo, SA
QBE del Istmo Cia Reaseguros Inc
Rey Holdings Corp
Thunderbird Resorts Inc
Thunderbird Resorts, Inc.
Towerbank International Inc
Tropical Resorts International Inc
Union Nacional de Empresas SA
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If you are located in Panama
or anywhere else our global conference call service makes it easy.
Panama based conference
call guests can dial-in using the Panama toll-free access number or the included local Panama City number.
Free account activation
Optional low cost connections to Panama conference calls can be enjoyed using the free optional 'Connect' app for
the host or participants.
Panama Toll-Free access number
Panama City local access number
All global access numbers sent upon account activation
MP3 session recording makes it convenient to record and retain MP3 files of any recorded conference