Conference Calls

What is Conference Calls ?

 

‘Conference Calls’ refer to calls that involve more than two callers. While a normal would have only 2 people attending the call, a conference call might have any number of callers depending on the technology being used for the call.

 

Legacy calling methods don’t allow a wide range of callers for conference calling, Hence, businesses and enterprises use VOIP Solutions or Voice over Internet Protocols to route the calls via the internet to make use of the additional bandwidth provided by the same.

 

Many popular apps like Google Meet, Skype, Microsoft Teams, Zoom, etc. are all extensions of the concept of a conference call. They have the added advantage of being able to convert the call into a conference video call so that everyone present on the call will be able to view each other.

 

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