Here we have to know and learn Difference Between Toll free number and toll number.
Let us know about Toll free number and Toll number what exactly it is. A toll number in the United States or in all over the world it is a regular 10-digit telephone number. These numbers may not be free to the caller; standard long-distance charges could apply depending on the caller’s long-distance provider and plan.
If a caller has a free or unlimited long-distance plan with their telephone service provider. The call would made at no additional cost. The toll dial-in numbers we provide are located in large cities. Where the cost for attendees to connect to them is likely minimal compared to dialing toll numbers. Hence In more rural areas like many other conferencing services offer. At the time of this post, clients can dial a toll conference call number in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago, Dallas, Boston, India, New York, Atlanta and Tampa and other countries.
Now let’s move onto a toll free number (Toll free number service). A toll free call by definition is a call that does not cost the calling party anything; instead, the host is responsible for the cost of the call. When you provide your callers with a toll free conference number, the calling party does not have to worry about being billed long-distance charges for the call because the organizer of the call is covering the cost for all attendees using the toll free dial-in number. Hence a toll free number in the United States can start with the prefix; 800, 888, 866, 877, and even 855. Our service offers a toll free 800 conference calling number.
So which conference plan is right for you, toll or toll-free?
This depends entirely on you and how you prefer your callers connect to your conference or the budget you have to put towards your audio conferencing. We thought it would be best to give our users full control over their calls and the cost associated with them, so we’ve set up our service with both options available, toll and toll free number, so our users can choose either or both types of access numbers.