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What’s the best time for a conference call?

No doubt you’ve frequently wondered about the best time for a conference call. It isn’t exactly clear-cut. While some of us are more productive in the mornings, there are others who, fuelled by the lunchtime break, get to the bottom of their to-do lists in the afternoon. Whichever group you belong to, scheduling in conference calls is the perfect way for you to find a balance for your team and enable communication and collaboration. But to find the best time for your conference calls, you’ll want to read on.

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How to set up a one time conference call: keeping it simple

Setting up a one time conference call should be quick, easy and free. Maybe you’re responding to an unexpected turn of events. Maybe you need to conduct a telephone interview, but want to respect social distancing. There are lots of reasons why you might want a one off conference call. And if you do, there are probably a few different criteria you want from your conference call provider. To help you on your search, we’ll tackle some of the main points to look for:

  1. Avoiding subscriptions
  2. Prioritising security
  3. Easy set-up
  4. Ease of use
  5. Free one time conference calls
  6. Free teleconference dial-in
  7. On demand conference calls

You get all of these in one simple package by signing up to a free WHYPAY? account! Try it out for free right now by clicking here:

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Want to video call or screen share? Try out Call.Group Beta today!

Now more than ever before, we are all looking for the best ways to stay connected. The coronavirus pandemic has meant an unprecedented amount of people are working remotely full time. It’s also created new challenges for teachers and students. Charities and religious organisations, too, have been getting creative and technological in a bid to keep providing guidance and support to their communities. And across the board, all of us need to maintain human connection. Loneliness is a dangerous state for our mental and physical health. Here at WHYPAY?, we’re proud and thrilled that conference calling has helped in all of these areas and many, many more as people continue to self-isolate. And to make communication as accessible as possible, we also waived Plus subscription charges up until July.

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Dual-tone Multi-Frequency (DTMF) – Explanation and common issues

The use of DTMF is prevalent across telephone networks for things such as selecting Interactive Voice Response (IVR) customer service menu choices, entering digits to check your bank account balance or paying a bill, and for accessing conference services like WHYPAY?.

So what is DTMF?

As its name suggests, it is a combination of high and low frequency tones that when selected via a digit on your telephone keypad, transmits the identity of that digit as a pair of frequencies.

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5 reasons to make more conference calls in 2020

New years have always brought resolutions. But often, we resolve not to do something. Or at least to cut back on certain habits or penchants. Instead, we propose taking a more positive outlook. We’re thinking about one great practice which you should aim to do more of in the coming year, rather than curtailing yourself. We’re talking, of course, of conference calling. There are so many amazing benefits to holding conference calls, and so many different ways of using them. Picking just five reasons to conference call more in 2020 is a tricky feat, but these are our biggest and best reasons to feed your teleconferencing habit.

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Conference call number: Genuinely free & reliable options

When it comes to conference call numbers, there is lots of variety. We have the good fortune to be flooded with options in most areas of life, and telecommunications is no exception. There are loads of conference call providers, and different ways of hosting or joining teleconferences. Therefore, to simplify your decision, we try to gauge some of the best services available. Sometimes, it just takes a little nudge to even consider your options if your company has an established call conferencing technique. A lot of people don’t look at alternatives to PowWowNow, for example, because it’s always worked well enough. But trying other services can lead to benefits such as more desirable features, improved easy of use, or clearer connection quality when you’re taking part in a telephone conference.

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Will voice calls become obsolete?

The past couple of decades have seen more inventions than any age. Speed of development is constantly accelerating, as innovations and ideas build on each other. But this also means we abandon more technology more quickly. As the newest thing is unveiled, it often replaces what came before. Devices and techniques fall to the wayside. With the plethora of communication technology available, will voice calls become obsolete?

Is there cause for concern that voice calls will become obsolete?

Communications technology and fashion – more connected than you think

We all remember the tremendous boom of the Blackberry. In the noughties, it followed flip phones and spy-esque miniature laptops like the LG Vx9900 which fuelled the trend for QWERTY keyboards and helped secure Blackberry’s place as the *it* phone. Celebrities were constantly spotted with them. Even the President of the most powerful country in the world, Barack Obama, publically pledged his allegiance to Blackberry.

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How to make a conference call from landline phones

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.

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How to be a good employer to remote staff

We’ve all heard the mythical stories about companies which have gone beyond strewing around a few bean bags to becoming ginormous, open-plan professional spaces with free food around the clock, puppy pens, gyms and beds for employees to nap in whenever they get sleepy. But of course, these things are not right, or even possible, for a lot of work places. So what is it that can make you a great employer in a slightly more conventional work place?

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How to avoid productivity-killer scenarios in meetings

Whether they are something we find enjoyable or not, meetings are an inevitable aspect of life in the business world. Thankfully, if meetings are run properly, we can come away from them feeling extremely positive and productive as they can help us collaborate as a team, save time and money and generate innovative ideas. Unfortunately however, not every business meeting accomplishes these outcomes.

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