Frequently Asked Questions

What is UberConference?

Conferencing is a pain. With UberConference, it doesn’t have to be. UberConference gives you an easy, powerful, and pain-free way to schedule and run audio conferences, all without requiring annoying PINs.

How is UberConference different?

UberConference adds a visual dimension and smart contact integration to HD video and audio conferencing. Invite and automatically authenticate callers based on your contact information. See the people in the conference and who is speaking from any computer. Click to control calls with features like mute and record. And now, get more out of every meeting with Voice Intelligence which automatically captures meeting notes, logs action items, and tracks sentiment for every meeting.

How much does UberConference cost?

UberConference is FREE for 45 minute calls with all main features. We also have a Business version, starting at $15 a month, that gives you your own local number that you never need a PIN for, outbound calling to participants, recurring conferences, international dial-ins and more. For more details, please refer to

How many people can be on the call at once?

Every free account starts with 10 caller maximum size, UberConference Business gets you up to 100 participants per conference.

What do I need to use it?

Nothing special required. You can dial into your UberConference with any phone, like other audio conference services. To schedule calls and use all the visual features, log in from any computer or Internet-connected device with a browser. The iOS App, Android app, and Chrome Extension allows for better controls and experience.

Where is UberConference available?

Currently UberConference is available in the US and Canada, but you may dial into any conference using any phone from anywhere in the world. International access numbers are available for Business accounts.

How do I get started?

Sign up for a free account and UberConference number at

Do you have business accounts? Or partnership opportunities?

Yes! Check here.

More questions?

Visit our Help Center for more questions.