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RingCentral UK: RingCentral Meetings International Numbers

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SummaryWhat are the International dial-in numbers for RingCentral Meetings in the UK?
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When setting up a RingCentral Meeting from a Global Office, a UK Conference bridge and Meeting ID will be generated. You can join the meeting either by using the UK conference bridge, or by dialing the specific International Dial-In number for the country are currently located in. When joining a meeting from an international location, you may dial the International Dial-in number using a desk phone, the RingCentral Mobile app, or the RingCentral Desktop app.

IMPORTANT: A new Dial-in number +44 (203) 875-4507 has been added for a more reliable audio experience and HD voice quality. After the migration, the Meeting ID will be automatically validated (no need to press "1"). An error prompt appears if the meeting ID is incorrect. Meeting security will also be enhanced by making sure the phone participants cannot enter the meeting before the host when Join Before Host is disabled.

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If you have scheduled a meeting before August 22, 2016, it is recommended that you send a new invitation with the new dial-in number. To learn how you can update recurring meeting invitations, click any of the links below:

    Updating a scheduled or recurring meeting via RingCentral Meetings for Desktop
    Updating a scheduled or recurring meeting via RingCentral Meetings for Mobile


Here are the complete lists of International Dial-in numbers:

    • For RingCentral US customers 
    • For RingCentral UK customers 


Additional Dial-in Numbers Frequently Asked Questions

1. Why is RingCentral adding a new dial-in number?
2. Will the new dial-in number impact my meeting audio quality?
3. Can I still join my recurring meetings with the current number?
4. Will all the RingCentral Meetings international numbers be different?
5. Will the existing international numbers continue to work for the RingCentral brand?
6. Do you support all the same international dial-in numbers after the change?
7. When will the old dial-in number be discontinued?
8. Will the new dial-in number appear in my future meeting invitations?
9. Will my previously scheduled meetings (in the app) automatically be updated with the new dial-in number?
10. Will all the features on the voice bridging stay the same after the new dial-in numbers are introduced?


1. Why is RingCentral adding a new dial-in number?

To improve voice quality on RingCentral Meetings with dial-in participants.

2. Will the new dial-in number impact my meeting audio quality?

It will improve it instead.

3. Can I still join my recurring meetings with the current number?

Both the old and new numbers will work for the time being.

4. Will all the RingCentral Meetings international numbers be different?

Yes, all international numbers will be updated to new numbers.

5. Will the existing international numbers continue to work for the RingCentral brand?

Yes, the existing international numbers will continue to work.

6. Do you support all the same international dial-in numbers after the change?

All the existing international numbers will be present and there will be several added with the change.

7. When will the old dial-in number be discontinued?

The old number will be discontinued in the near future, a migration plan will be rolled-out.

8. Will the new dial-in number appear in my future meeting invitations?

Yes. From the time that the new number is introduced, any new meeting scheduled or started will show the new dial-in number in both the invite and the in-meeting experience.

9. Will my previously scheduled meetings (in the app) be automatically updated with the new dial-in number?

No, the recurring meeting will need to be updated and the invitations need to be re-sent to the participants.

10. Will all the features on the voice bridging stay the same after the new dial-in numbers are introduced?

No, two things will change in the experience. First, if a meeting is set so that participants cannot join before the host, the dial-in bridge will respect that and the callers will hear hold music until the host starts the Meeting app. That means the dial-in portion will be more in line with user expectations. Hosts cannot start the meeting from dial-in, they must start the meeting with the app.

Second, the meeting IDs will be validated which reduces the risk of a user miskeying the meeting ID and landing in a bridge all by themselves.



See Also:

Starting and Joining a Meeting with RingCentral Meetings for Desktop  
Scheduling a Meeting with RingCentral Meetings for Desktop  
Scheduling and Updating a Meeting via the RingCentral Meetings for Mobile 
RingCentral Meetings Frequently Asked Questions 
RingCentral Meetings Overview 
 

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