Example calculation

Example calculation 1

  • You planned a session of 1 hour
  • In reality the session lasts 45 minutes
  • The hourly rate of your interpreter is CAD 87
  • The interpreter calls all participants using Dial-out
  • You are in Belgium (land line), your conversation partner is in China and your interpreter in The Netherlands (land line)

This session costs CAD 129

This is CAD 87 for the interpreter and CAD 42 communication costs. At right you may read how these amounts are calculated.

Costs of the interpreter

The interpreter costs CAD 87 because you booked him for 1 hour.

Communication costs

The conferencing costs are:
CAD 29 x (45 min)/(60 min) = CAD 21.75
Dial-out to participants in Belgium and The Netherlands (land lines) is free. The destination China is in zone 6 which has a tariff of CAD 0.45 per minute. The telephony costs are:
45 min * 0.45 CAD/min = CAD 20.25
The total amount for communication is CAD 42


Example calculation 2

  • You planned a session of 1 hour
  • The actual duration of the session is 1 hour and 15 minutes
  • The hourly rate of your interpreter is CAD 87
  • The participants Dial-in their selves

This session costs CAD 145

CAD 108.75 for the interpreter and CAD 36.25 communication costs. On the right hand you may read how this was calculated.

Costs of the interpreter

The interpreter costs:
CAD 87 * (75 min/60 min) = CAD 108.75

Communication costs

The conferencing costs are:
CAD 29 x (75 min)/(60 min) = CAD 36.25
Since the participants dial in their selves no telephony costs will be charged.

Note: all rates quoted on this website do not include VAT.