Conference Call Time Zones
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Conference Call Time Zones

31st July 2015
By Admin

Do you want to organise a conference call with participants in different countries, but are unsure what time to schedule it for? You don’t want to ring after office hours or, even worse, wake someone up in the middle of the night, so we’ve put together a list of the time zones of the world’s “global cities”, along with the dial-in numbers your international participants will need to call to access your teleconference.

That’s not all Powwownow offer to make it easy for you to hold international conference calls.  Our free scheduler tool makes it simple for you to organise conference calls with participants across multiple time zones. All you have to do is enter the date and time you want to hold the call and the participants you want to invite, and the Scheduler will email all callers with the details in their local time, with the appropriate dial-in number for their location. The Scheduler will also send all participants reminders of the call time and their local dial-in details, so you can be sure that everyone will make your meeting.

With PowWowNow you have all the information you need to hold a first class international conference call. Now you can be sure that you’re voice conferencing at an hour that suits everyone and that no key participant will be falling asleep mid-sentence!

  • Buenos Aires, Argentina: GMT-3 (44 844 4 73 73 73)
  • Sydney, Australia: GMT+10 (44 844 4 73 73 73)
  • Vienna, Austria: GMT+1 (0820 4000 1503)
  • Brussels, Belgium: GMT+1 (070 35 99 45)
  • Toronto, Canada: GMT-5 (1 213 289 3444)
  • Beijing, The People’s Republic of China: GMT+8 (44 844 4 73 73 73)
  • Paris, France: GMT+1 (0821 230 748)
  • Berlin, Germany: GMT+1 (01803 001 178)
  • Dublin, Ireland: GMT (0818 270 007)
  • Rome, Italy: GMT+1 (848 390 166)
  • Tokyo, Japan: GMT+9 (44 844 4 73 73 73)
  • Mexico City, Mexico: GMT-6 (44 844 4 73 73 73)
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands: GMT+1 (0870 001 901)
  • Warsaw, Poland: GMT+1 (0801 003 543)
  • Moscow, Russia: GMT+3 (44 844 4 73 73 73)
  • Johannesburg, South Africa: GMT+2 (087 550 0375)
  • Seoul, South Korea: GMT+9 (44 844 4 73 73 73)
  • Barcelona, Spain: GMT+1 (902 885 318)
  • Stockholm, Sweden: GMT+1 (0939 2066 300)
  • Zurich, Switzerland: GMT+1 (0848 560 190)
  • New York, United States: GMT-5 (1 415 363 0833)
  • Chicago, United States: GMT-6 (1 415 363 0833)
  • Los Angeles, United States: GMT-8(1 415 363 0833)

See the full list of conference call time zones here!

To find out what the best dial in numbers are for your participants, visit our international numbers page. Here you can find out all the local dial in numbers to keep your costs at a minimum.