Does join.me offer international conference numbers?

When the meeting organizer has a valid pro or enterprise subscription, we make phone numbers available in several countries.

How does it work?


During a pro or enterprise meeting, dial the local number for your country plus the meeting conference ID.
Remember: International numbers are valid during a meeting held by a pro or enterprise subscriber.

Where can I find the numbers to dial?


Use this handy tool to find all numbers available for your meeting.



OR
You can find current numbers and your conference ID in the join.me app:
  1. During a pro or enterprise meeting, click the telephone. 
  2. Open the Join by phone section. No Join by phone? You probably aren't in a pro/enterprise meeting.
  3. Click the globe.  No globe? You probably aren't in a pro/enterprise meeting.
OR
In an invitation email, you will see a selection of numbers listed at the bottom, as well as a link to a full list of available numbers.

What countries are supported?


The list of supported countries is growing all the time. The following countries are supported at the time of publication. Many countries also have multiple numbers for specific cities or regions.

Remember: International numbers are only available when the meeting organizer has a valid pro or enterprise subscription!

Participants are responsible for any long distance and international charges that may apply.

Use this handy tool to find all numbers available for your meeting.

Argentina

Czech Republic

Italy

Poland

Sweden

Australia

Denmark

Japan

Portugal

Switzerland

Austria

Finland

Latvia

Romania

United Kingdom

Belgium

France

Luxembourg

Russia

Ukraine

Brazil

Germany

Mexico

Singapore

USA 

Bulgaria

Greece

Netherlands

Slovakia

Venezuela

Canada

Hong Kong

New Zealand

Slovenia

Chile

Hungary

Norway

South Africa

 

Colombia

Ireland

Panama

South Korea

Croatia

Israel

Peru

Spain

Multiple country example – Meeting held by a pro subscriber




  • All participants are connected to the same conference call.
  • The meeting organizer is in the USA, so she dials the local number for USA plus the conference ID for her meeting.
  • Viewer One is in London, so he dials the local number for UK plus the conference ID from the organizer.
  • Viewer Two is in Sydney, so she dials the local number for AU plus the conference ID from the organizer.
  • Viewer Three is in Singapore on an iPhone, so he dials in using Internet-based VoIP technology.

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