24Conference Blog: News & Updates

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Choosing the Best Conference Call Service

Choosing the best conference call service is an important step in assuring your business and organizational communications are reliable and cost effective. Because teleconferencing has become an important office stable, there are several questions you should ask when it comes to researching, analyzing and selecting your conference provider. Here is a check list of questions you should be asking potential vendors as you narrow down your search. Here are the Top 10 criteria you need to ask when deciding which phone conference call service is best for you: 1) Does a live person answer the phone when you call the…

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Legal Conference Call: Attorneys-Judge, Depositions

Legal conference calls among attorneys and judges, and for conducting depositions, is growing exponentially — not only because it’s convenient and time-saving, but because of other extenuating circumstances such as the pandemic. Even the Supreme Court of the U.S. is using conferencing to conduct hearings. Traditional phone conferencing has proven to be a reliable way to save time and money by enabling both plaintiffs, defendants and courts to communicate more easily. Providing conferencing services to the legal profession is one of our core services at 24Conference and you can go directly to our legal service page here. Overall, what used…

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Small Business Conference Call Service

Providing small business conference call service is our speciality. If you are small business (less than 250 employees) we can offer you a variety of conferencing plans that are not only affordable but will give you the high quality audio and reliability you need. The last thing you want is to have your customers and associates call into your conference line only to be met with busy signals, echoes, static and other annoying distortions. Top 2 Conference Call Plans that Small Businesses Choose Here are the top two conference call formats (based on the number of users) that small businesses…

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Get a Quote for Conference Call Service

Getting a quote for your conference call service has never been easier. Elsewhere on this page, you’ll see a section entitled, “Conference Plans Available” and the links to a variety of conference services we offer to suit your particular needs. If you click on any of those links, you’ll find the rate and prices for each service clearly listed and you should be able to find what you’re looking for quickly and easily. If you want more information, we welcome you to call us at 877-254-2424. You’ll be talking to a live customer service representative instantly. (We do not route…

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Conference Calling During the Pandemic

Our essential conference calling services are saving lives as we adapt to the unprecedented shift in the workplace and economy. As this is written, we are in the middle (we hope) of the coronavirus pandemic. Call it a culture shock, call it the new normal, call it anything you want -- but life has dramatically changed for everyone. Until there is a vaccine, the disruption will continue and we all have to adapt to being separated. Businesses, organizations and even families, are using conferencing as they preferred way to stay in touch with each other. Employees all around the world…

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Busy Signal on Conference Calls? Here’s Why.

Are you getting constant busy signals when you try dialing in to your conference calls?  Chances are, you're using a free conference call service. And as you might suspect, you get what you pay for. This article will explain why you are getting those busy signals and what you can do about it. Over the past few weeks, we’ve received a flood of inquiries from people who are using free conference calling services.  They are experiencing constant busy signals and dropped calls whenever they try to dial in to their current services. Fortunately, we can help. If you are hosting…

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How to Set Up a Conference Call

The number #1 inquiry we get here at 24Conference is "How to set up a conference call."   As business, education, non-profit and religious organizations are making huge adjustments during these stressful times, more and more people are working at home or remote locations.  The need for conference calling has skyrocketed.  People are using Google and search engines to learn about conferencing and to find out the best, easiest and most affordable ways to incorporate it into their culture and practices. This article will provide you a general overview. To set up a conference call, you need to: 1) Get a…

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Guide for Conference Calling During Coronavirus

With the coronavirus sweeping the globe, conference calling will be a key tool in maintaining vital communications among company associates, stakeholders, and external customers and suppliers. The Center for Disease Control is recommending social distancing, working remotely whenever possible, and avoiding large gatherings to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 illness. For many businesses, having most or all employees work from home can cause a major disruption in work culture and daily flow. Fortunately, we at 24Conference provide teleconferencing technology that can enable a functional and thriving collaborative workforce, even in the midst of these turbulent times. While many still…

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Teleconferencing During Coronavirus: Protect Health and Profits

Coronavirus has officially been labeled as a pandemic. The CDC has labeled it as a serious problem and businesses all over the world are facing the new challenge of “social distancing” in an attempt to curtail and mitigate the spread of the virus. Today, if you own, manage or work in an office, two things are on your mind: "How can I help contain the virus?" and "How can I protect our business?" Teleconferencing is one tool that can help you do both. We at 24Conference have never been busier as we help businesses and organizations of all sizes cope with the coronavirus. We offer communications…

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Coronavirus: 2 Important Tools You’ll Need to Work-at-Home

There are two important tools you'll need to work at home during the coronavirus pandemic -- conference calling services and Internet connectivity.  Both involve communications which will be the key ingredient in maintaining business operations and continuity. As the contagion spreads and efforts to contain the coronavirus continue to mount, more and more companies are considering the idea of having employees work at home.  It could be the most convenient and practical method to stay out of harm’s way.  In fact, the virus has already caused thousands in Europe and Asia to stay home to help combat the virus.  Is the United States next?…