According to the host’s audio conferencing plan and the numbers that they have selected, Zoom dial-in numbers are available. You can check beforehand whether you and the participants are able to dial into the meeting before you begin if you are the host of the meeting. It is possible to check your invitation to see which dial-in number you can use if you have been invited to a meeting. You will be charged based on the rates of your phone service provider if you decide to use a toll number in order to join a Zoom meeting.
This article covers:
- How to check what dial-in numbers are available to you as a host
- How to determine if your dial-in number is toll-free when you are a participant
- How charges are calculated if you decide to use a toll number
How to check what dial-in numbers are available to you as a host
- Zoom.us requires a login.
- Log in to https://zoom.us/zoomconference while logged in.
- When hosting, you can review which numbers are available to you on this page. Anyone attending your meeting can utilize these numbers.
- You can purchase an audio conferencing plan if you want to gain access to additional numbers, such as toll-free numbers or toll-based numbers for additional countries.
How to determine if your dial-in number is toll-free when you are a participant
Toll-free numbers are designated in Zoom meeting invitations by adding “Toll Free” in parentheses after the numbers.
In the absence of a parenthesis after the dial-in number, the number is likely toll free.
The host can customize meeting invitations. A toll-free number can only be confirmed by contacting the meeting host.
How charges are calculated if you decide to use a toll number
You will be charged by your phone service provider if you choose a toll number. Using a dial-in number for your country will be treated as a regular phone call. If you choose to use a dial-in number outside of your country it will be treated as a long-distance call.