While in a meeting, you can use your phone for audio or add someone by phone.
With any Google Workspace edition, you can connect Google Meet to phone numbers in the US and Canada at no extra cost. Supported Google Workspace editions can also dial-in to numbers from these countries/regions without additional costs.
With a Meet Global Dialing subscription, you can dial phone numbers in countries/regions outside the US and Canada and have access to more phone numbers for dialing in to a meeting. Per-minute rates, long distance, and data charges from your phone carrier may apply.
The Meet Global Dialing subscription is available to the following Google Workspace editions:
- G Suite Basic
- G Suite Business
- Education Plus
- Business Starter
- Business Standard
- Business Plus
- Enterprise Essentials
- Enterprise Standard
- Enterprise Plus
- After Global Dialing is turned on, the meeting organizer should remove and re-add the Meet video conferencing link within existing and recurring Calendar events, so additional numbers will show.
- Call charges are billed to the Google Workspace organization that created the meeting. A Meet Global Dialing subscription is not required for calls to the US and Canada.
Find the number to dial-in
To view a list of numbers to dial-in from:
- Open Meet or the event in Google Calendar.
- Click More phone numbers or More joining options.
Calendar and Meet use your regional location to recommend a dial-in number.
Supported countries/regions for dialing-in at no extra cost
All Google Workspace users can dial-in to a meeting with a US or Canadian phone number at no extra cost. Supported Google Workspace editions can also dial-in to numbers from these countries/regions without additional costs.
If your country/region isn’t listed, you’ll find a number for an alternate country/region. Regular call charges apply. The list is subject to change.
|Supported countries for dialing in|
|Austria||Czech Republic||Hungary||Netherlands||South Africa|
|Cambodia||Finland||Japan||Poland||Trinidad & Tobago|
|Cayman Islands||Georgia||Kenya||Puerto Rico||United States|
If your organization has a Meet Global Dialing subscription, you can dial-in to a meeting with numbers from these additional countries/regions.
If your country/region is not listed below, you’ll find a number for an alternate country/region. Regular call charges apply. The list is subject to change.
|Supported countries for dialing in|
|Bulgaria||India||Nigeria||Trinidad and Tobago|
|Croatia||Italy||Papua New Guinea||Uruguay|
*Free until 6/1/2021
Add guests by phone from these supported countries/regions
Once a meeting starts, you can add guests to a meeting by phone from the following locations if:
- You and the meeting organizer are in the same organization.
- You're located in a supported country/region.
Google Workspace editions can dial-out to phone numbers in the US and Canada at no extra cost.
For example, you can be outside the US and call numbers in the US. You’re not charged for outgoing calls, but regular call charges might apply for the person you call.
If your organization has a Meet Global Dialing subscription, you can dial-out to phone numbers from additional countries/regions. Calls are billed at per-minute rates to your organization. Learn more about dialing rates and coverage.
Supported countries/regions that use a phone for audio in a meeting
To speak and listen with your phone as you watch the meeting on your computer, you can:
- Dial-in to the meeting from your phone
- Have Google Meet call your phone
Users in the same organization as the meeting organizer, can join by phone before the meeting starts. Users not in the same organization can join once admitted to the meeting.
To dial-in to a meeting and use your phone for audio, the same countries/regions as the supported countries/regions for dialing-in are supported.
If you call a US or Canada phone number, you can dial-out with your phone for audio at no extra cost.
If your organization has a Meet Global Dialing subscription, you can dial-out to phone numbers in most countries/regions. Calls are billed at per-minute rates to your organization. Learn more about dialing rates and coverage.