A good teleconferencing system is at your beck and call 24/7. Always ready and waiting.
Much like a loyal pooch, your WHYPAY? telephone conference room is at your service with the click of your fingers (or a few taps of your smartphone). It asks for nothing in return for the service (it’s free to set up and use), and it’s always ready and waiting for you to dial-in with colleagues or friends on-demand.
Once you’ve created a WHYPAY? conference room it’s permanently yours. All you need to start a conference is…
In July 2019 we’ll be adding some exciting new features to the WHYPAY? service.
WHYPAY? has been built on (and will continue to champion) the idea that businesses, doctors surgeries, charities, sports clubs, friends and families shouldn’t have to pay unnecessarily to hold simple telephone conference calls. To that end, WHYPAY? will always provide the option for completely FREE, excellent quality, extremely reliable conference calls.
Despite having found their place in most people’s everyday work life, the advantages and disadvantages of conference calls remain contentious. As technology has developed and different types of teleconferencing emerge, the debate gets more complicated. Add the increasing number of alternative affordable communication tools, and it can be difficult to figure out which channel is best for a given situation. To clarify things, we’re looking at the key advantages and disadvantages of conference calls.
Holding meetings is part and parcel of professional life. In almost every industry, there is some element of collaboration, and good communication is an essential pillar of teamwork. While there are lots of business communication tools to keep your team connected, meetings will always be a crucial aspect of business. And yet, though meetings are really the bread and butter of our working lives, they often fill us with dread. They can feel dull, unproductive, time-consuming, and sometimes even hostile.
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!
If you’re wondering how to make conference call from landline phones, you’re in luck. With the right service provider not only is it really easy, but it won’t cost you! To conference call on landlines, look for a conference call provider offering dial-in numbers. Ideally, these will be 03 numbers like WHYPAY?‘s, which are included in callers’ bundled minutes.
It’s true that 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.