is the UK’s cheapest conference call provider

Are you a loyal customer? Once you find a product or service you’re happy with, do you stick with it, keeping with what you know and like?

Well what would you do if you’d been using a service for a while, you were happy with it and had no complaints and then suddenly, overnight, it put its prices up?

What if it not only put its prices up, it increased them by almost half?

You’d probably not be happy and might even consider looking around for a comparable yet  more cost-effective service.

And that’s exactly how customers of certain conference call providers must be feeling right now after a round of price hikes yesterday (July 1, 2015).

Conference call price hikes

Yesterday saw not one, not two, but THREE of our main competitors all increase their prices by almost half…

Powwownow increased its landline tariff by from 5p to 7p per minute (VAT included) – a 40% increase.

Conference Genie increased its landline tariff by from 5p to 7p per minute (VAT included) – a 40% increase.

ConferenceNow increased its landline tariff by from 5p to 7p per minute (VAT included) – a 40% increase.

The UK’s cheapest conference call provider

On the other hand, kept its prices unchanged – so you can still enjoy all the benefits of its reliable service while paying just 5 pence per minute (ex VAT).

So if you’ve clients, colleagues (and maybe even rivals) who regularly use Powwownow, Conference Genie or ConferenceNow, do them a favour and direct them towards the UK’s cheapest conference call service.

And while you’re at it, let them know here’s exactly how to make a conference call.


  1. Margaret SANDERSON said:

    So, if I have a landline or mobile contract with, say Talk Talk, the charge per minute for a conference call is in addition to the provider’s charge? Also, if my mobile is not a smart phone, can I still join a conference call with it?

    July 8, 2020
  2. Les Roberts said:

    Hi Margaret,

    Thanks for getting in touch.

    That’s correct. When using our 0843 dial-in number, total costs will be our service charge (see rates at + access charge (your provider’s charges)

    You can use any mobile (you don’t need to have a smartphone) and, if possible, we’d recommend dialling in using our short code 83000 (only accessible from mobile phones (not Sky and some O2 customers) as there is only our service charge and no access charges.

    July 9, 2020

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