Does VoIP.com offer a conferencing call facility?

DWQA QuestionsCategory: voip.comDoes VoIP.com offer a conferencing call facility?
Joanne asked 3 years ago

A conference call function is really important to my business – we want to start using this feature to improve communication between offices and to organise group meetings. Can someone tell me if the VoIP service VoIP.com offers includes a conferencing function and if so, is it included in the monthly price?

5 Answers
Aaron answered 3 years ago

Yes they do but not a full unlimited conferencing feature – sorry to disappoint. If you are wanting to hold conference calls with more than 3 users then you are out of luck. VoIP.com only offers a 3-way conference call feature through its home and business packages. I don’t think there is any paid option that you could upgrade to either that would allow more than 3 callers.

Nigel answered 3 years ago

The above guy is right – 3-way conference calling is the only type of multi-phone call available. And no there is definitely no paid option either. I guess if you were just having a call between three different offices then that would be fine – you could simply dial in the offices and put each phone on speaker in a meeting room or something like that?

Nigel answered 3 years ago

The above guy is right – 3-way conference calling is the only type of multi-phone call available. And no there is definitely no paid option either. I guess if you were just having a call between three different offices then that would be fine – you could simply dial in the offices and put each phone on speaker in a meeting room or something like that?

Shelley answered 3 years ago

I was surprised to see that they don’t offer conference calling above 3 phones – the other list of features is really extensive so I would have expected an advanced conference calling system. They have features such as voicemail to email, call hold, call waiting, call waiting caller ID and incoming call routing too. Very strange. I guess it wouldn’t hurt to call the customer service line just to double check?

John answered 3 years ago

Broadvoice (whos website you are redirected too from VoIP.com if you click on any of the main buttons) offers conference call functionality – that’s always something to consider!