Making Group Calls in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
As a popular tourist destination, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines attracts business
professionals looking for rest and relaxation. Whether visiting the island for business or pleasure, you may find
yourself in need of hosting a conference call with your colleagues back home or around the world.
One of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to do this is by using an international conferencing plan. This
will eliminate confusion among your participants as well as provide you with a convenient, high quality means of
group communications. Here's how an international group call using our international conferencing service works:
- Sign up for a pay-as-you-go international conferencing
- Pay only for the time you use
- Gain access to world-class networks and features
(exceptional call quality, call recording, attendance reports, mobile app, moderator dial-out, and more)
- Issue local or toll free access numbers specific
to the countries your attendees are located in
- Connect with your team anytime 24/7
Our pay-as-you-go international conferencing service allows you to host group conference calls with your team no
matter where in the world you and they may be. It works with all phone types including landlines, cell phones,
mobile phones, VoIP phones, and Skype.
Whether you need to host a quick global conference call with participants in the Caribbean, USA, Canada, Mexico,
France, Venezuela, or Hong Kong while you're on vacation or intend to hold global group calls on an ongoing basis,
we have an international conferencing plan for you.
Using the free included Connect
App with your smartphone or desktop.
When you use the Connect App from Saint Vincent, the requirement for a local Saint Vincent access number is completely
Connect App Compatibility
Currently works with iPhone, Android, Blackberry, PC and Mac.
Simply download the free App and gain access to your conference call without dialing
any access numbers.
Have the chairperson use the dial-out
feature to add the Saint Vincent conferee to the call.
The chairperson can be located anywhere and easily connect a Saint Vincent attendee to the conference call by using
the dial-out feature.
The participant located in Saint Vincent simply answers the phone when the chairperson dials his/her Saint Vincent
mobile or landline number.
The call to the Saint Vincent attendee is an 'inbound' call to the attendee from the account owners conference
account. The attendee does not need to dial any access numbers from Saint Vincent, they just answer the phone when
it rings and they are connected to the call.
Have the 24 hour operator connect
your Saint Vincent attendee for you.
The moderator or chairperson can ask the 24 hour U.S. based operator to connect the Saint Vincent party to the
conference call. Supply the operator with the Saint Vincent phone number.
Have the Saint Vincent attendee
dial the U.S. toll access number to join your call.
The caller in Saint Vincent makes an international call to the U.S. toll access number -included in the list of
global access numbers. The Saint Vincent attendee will probably need to pay his Saint Vincent service provider
or mobile phone company a rate to call the U.S. Skype dial-in would be another option.
It's a Pay-As-You-Go service, no contracts
Our international conference call service directs your attendees over a global PSTN network for exceptional call
quality. This is a pay-as-you-go global conferencing plan with no setup fees, no minimum usage requirements, no
contracts, and no penalties. Simply hold international conference calls as needed, and pay only for the minutes
Here's how it works
- Sign up for a no-contract Saint Vincent conference calling plan.
- Either give out the Connect App download link
to guests in Saint Vincent so they can login to your call or use the dial-out feature to add Saint Vincent attendees
- Enjoy a superior audio conferencing experience.
- International Conference Call Features
- 150+ global access
- Free Included Connect App
- Dial-out feature enables connecting with 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
- Complete array of leader keypad commands
- Superb quality international network
- Automatic emailed attendance report
- MP3 session recordings
- PDF itemized invoice
About Saint Vincent
- Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is an island nation measuring 150 square miles located in the Lesser Antilles.
The country is made up of a large island, Saint Vincent, and a chain of smaller islands, the Grenadines. Native
Caribs were able to resist colonization up until 1719. Both the United Kingdom and France claimed the island with
France ceding Saint Vincent to the UK in 1783. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines was granted autonomy in 1969 followed
by independence in 1879.
Today, the population in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is 102,918 (as of 2014 estimates). Saint Vincent and
the Grenadines has large banana production and tourism industries. However, the island also high unemployment rates
(18.8 percent in 2008) and is vulnerable to hurricanes, flooding, mudslides, and other natural disasters.
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- Trinidad and Tobago, St. Lucia, and Turkey are Saint Vincent's largest export trading partners while Trinidad
and Tobago, Singapore, USA, and Denmark are its largest import partners.
Telecommunications in Saint Vincent
- Telecommunications in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
According to the CIA World Factbook, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines had 19,400 mainline telephones in use in
2012 and 135,500 mobile cellular phones that same year. This translates into a fixed-line tele density of 125 to
100 and a mobile cellular tele density of 125 to 100.
The island's fully automatic telephone system is considered adequate island wide. International connectivity is
provided by two submarine cable systems, VHF/UHF radio telephone, SHF radio telephone, and a satellite earth station.
As of 2013, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines had 76,000 Internet users, which represents a penetration rate of
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines' telecommunications market is overseen by the National Telecommunications Regulatory
Commission, which is part of a larger multi-state regulator known as the Eastern Caribbean Telecommunications Authority
(ECTEL). ECTEL covers the following member states: Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, St. Lucia, Dominica, Grenada,
and St. Kitts and Nevis.
The main telecommunications providers in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines are Digicel and Lime (Cable & Wireless).
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- You can host or attend multi-country
conference calls from the following Saint Vincent cities:
- Kingstown, Saint George, Byera Village, Georgetown,
Charlotte or any other city on the island of Saint Vincent.
Optionally the chairperson or attendee can use the web 'Connect' feature to trigger a callback to his/her phone to enter the Saint Vincent conference