Real-world Web Conferencing Prices from BuyerZone Buyers
We regularly survey BuyerZone users to ask how their purchases went. We've used their responses to provide a sampling of actual prices paid for web conferencing services. Pay as you go is the most common fee structure for web conferencing. You pay per minute for each participant (or "seat"). There are no setup costs and you're not committed to a contract; you simply pay for what you use. For heavy users, some providers may offer volume discounts.
Most web conferencing solutions offer polling, surveys, online chat, Q&A sessions, documentation presentations, and application sharing as a standard part of their package. Additional options such as web cameras, operator assistance, recording and archiving, and corporate branding can add to your total costs. Before you purchase web conferencing services, find out which add-ons you'll be responsible for.
Web conferencing rates
"$.24 /min/person for audio and data."
-- Marketing Manager, Santa Ana, California
"Approximately $.29 per minute per user.
This was a very competitive rate." [31-99 participants]
-- Health Care Worker, Sacramento, CA
"Currently set up on a per conference basis until we
grow. 12 cents a minute for the teleconferencing and an
additional 6 cents a minute for phone calls." [7-15
-- Business Service Manager, Metairie, Louisiana
"$.12 per minute per connection for audio and
web." [31-99 participants]
-- Real Estate Sales, Cincinnati, Ohio
"$.24 cents x minute x participant."
-- Consulting Partner, Spring, Texas
Teleconferencing with web conferencing prices
Web conferencing services can also be provided as an add-on to traditional teleconferencing services. This fee is either built into the pricing or assessed as an additional charge.
"8.5 cents/min/user plus web
conference services and host control features."
-- Government R&D, Eatontown, New Jersey
"Audio and data conferencing with no additional
products - $.06 audio/$.15 web conf."
-- Biotech Office Manager, Austin, Texas
"9 cents/min/user with toll free
number, no contract required, out of country rate same; web conferencing
at same price."
-- Non-Profit Office Manager, Bellevue, Washington
"$.06/minute for toll-free
reservationless conferencing, with free basic web conferencing."
--Non-Profit employee, White Bear Lake, Minnesota
"6 cents per minute per person - 800
conference call with web conferencing services."
-- Church Employee, St. Louis, Missouri
Want more information on choosing a web conferencing provider? Read our Web Conferencing Buyer's Guide.
Information was provided by BuyerZone.com users. Quotes have been edited for clarity only.
Want more information on choosing an answering service? Read our Web Conferencing Buyer's Guide.
Information was provided by BuyerZone users. Quotes have been edited for clarity only.