The Ultimate Guide to Mobile Conference Calls in 2020

Posted by souju on April 23rd, 2020

Conference calling, audio conferencing, call conferencing – they all exist so we can connect and share information. Conferencing has existed since the 1960s and has come a long way since then. From heavy equipment to mobile conference calls, its growth has been tremendous. 

When it comes to business communications, the human voice will win the race without any doubts. Information can be shared and disseminated quickly and easily when transmitted verbally, avoiding the misunderstandings that may be associated with text.

A conference call is a call where there are several people involved. When it was first invented, a conference call would be made with the assistance of specially designed equipment. This equipment enables participants to dial into an open bridge or to a specific phone number created for the purpose of the call. Sometimes, the service provider of the equipment can also dial-out to participants and let them know that they are on a conference call. It was then expensive and out of reach for small-medium businesses.

With mobile apps, you can add multiple contacts to your phone at the same time, provided they’re all on the same application. Adding everyone simultaneously saves a lot of time for the host and is hassle-free. Most applications for mobile conference calls also have a video conferencing feature. Being able to see the person and have a conversation certainly comes with its set of perks. 

Some newer applications also permit the sharing of documents and other attachments on the call. Screen sharing is yet another useful feature available through a video conferencing app. Of course, you can also convert your video conference to a regular audio conference, chat with the participants personally if you need to- there is a lot you can do on the application. 

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