Good communication is at the core of every successful project, be it in or out of the business world. But when pulling together all the elements that go into getting a new business off the ground, making sure your team can stay in touch is paramount. At the same time, as a budding business you probably don’t have a big budget to be dedicating to bespoke or hi-tech communication tools. At WHYPAY? we firmly believe that nobody should be having to fork over cash for clear communication. That’s why we provide genuinely free conference calls, why we put together a collection of wonderful ‘Freemium’ services, and why we’ve collated this list of some of the best startup communication tools that won’t cost you a fortune!Read more »
Conference calls have so many uses that you’re probably taking part in one nearly every day. In fact, you probably have several different teleconferences on the go for different people and purposes. But with WHYPAY?, keeping on top of your teleconferencing commitments is simple and easy. You can easily schedule conference calls in your calendar, and guarantee you’re available and ready whenever a virtual meeting comes up.Read more »
Joining a conference call on a mobile is really easy. In fact, you can dial into WHYPAY? conference calls on mobiles, landlines – any type of phone, including iPhone, Android and Windows phones.
Considering the many different uses of group phone calls, and one of the benefits of teleconferences being the ability to work remotely and communicate on the go, knowing how to conference call on mobiles is important. After all, mobile conference calls are a huge part of modern life.Read more »
Group phone calls are an incredibly powerful and wonderfully simple tool. In fact, it’s partly this simplicity which makes them so flexible! And considering the importance of collaboration for success, it’s not surprising that a communication tool which brings more people into the conversation should be so popular in all different kinds of fields. In fact, the amount of uses for group phone calls is almost overwhelming – after all, how often do we find ourselves wanting to talk to more than one person at a time, in all areas of our lives?Read more »
These days, we seem to be using our mobiles for almost everything. There’s even been debate in recent years about whether we should replace desk phones in offices with mobile devices. But most of us are still regularly using landlines, whether personally, professionally or both. And in both capacities, we might want to hold conference calls; after all, there are lots of reasons outside of the business world why you might teleconference. Sportspeople have made great use of telecommunications, many teachers and tutors are big fans of phone meetings, and there’s a growing trend towards teleconferencing in medicine, with the NHS particularly benefiting from WHYPAY?’s conference call services. You might soon be able to consult with your GP remotely! Essentially, there are many reasons why you might want to make conference calls from a landline phone. And luckily, it’s a simple process.Read more »