You can make conference call with iPhone where you and also the people you’re speaking to all can hear and also be witnessed. Conference calling lets you talk to more than one person at a time. You can merge up to five calls for a phone conference. Setting up a conference call on your iPhone might appear just like a difficult process, but the iPhone makes it simple.
Step to Make a Conference Call with iPhone
Some iPhone users don’t realize the ability to make multi-party phone calls is built right into the iPhone software. To initiate a conference call with your iPhone check out the following steps:
1. Call one of the people with whom you want to have the conference call.
You can manually input the phone number or find the person in your list of contacts.
2. Place that call on hold.
How you place a call on hold depends on the phone you’re using. If you’re on an iPhone 4, touch and hold the Mute button. On older devices, just tap Hold.
The keypad will reapper so you can enter another phone number.
4. Call the next person on the list.
You can enter the number manually or choose from your Contacts list.
At first, the phone number of each caller will scroll at the top of your screen like a rolling ticker. A few seconds later, the ticker is replaced by the word Conference with a circled right-pointing arrow to its immediate right.
6. Repeat Steps 2 to 5 for each additional person whom you want in on the conference call.
You can merge up to five calls at a time.
The red circle has a little picture of the phone in it and appears next to the call.
Tap Merge Calls to bring the caller back into the conference so that everyone can hear him or her.
When you’re done, you can remove participants one by one from the participants screen with the “End” button, or hang up on everybody all at once by tapping the normal red “Hang Up” button at the bottom of the call screen.
For more help with this feature visit the Apple website.