UberConference Reviews

View UberConference's video conferencing software for your business. Includes info on UberConference, free trials, reviews, pricing, and FAQs.

Updated on May 13th, 2019

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UberConference by Dialpad is a video conferencing solution. Features include powerful call controls, screen and file sharing, as well as integration into a number of Google Apps such as Google Hangouts. UberConference allows users to easily set up and join free conference calls without PINS.


Plan Name

Monthly Pricing




$15.00 per user, $10.00 if billed annually

Uberconference Reviews

Pros: Simplifies sharing of documents. Integrates well with a variety of cloud storage platforms. Customizable.

Cons: Connectivity is challenging at times. Call quality not always good.

Bottomline: UberConference is a high-quality solution that will cut your business's conference calling costs.

Key Information:


Craig Walker, John Rector, Alex Cornell, Brian Peterson




San Francisco, California


Craig Walker

Number of Employees

Around 60


1 (888) 205-2045


100 California Street, Suite 500, San Francisco, CA 94111




What is UberConference's price range?

UberConference's Business Plan costs $15.00 per user per month, $10.00 if you pay annually. UberConference offers a free plan as well.

Is there an UberConference free trial?

Visit UberConference's pricing page to get access to their free plan.

Where can I find the UberConference login?

Visit www.uberconference.com and log in at the top right of the page.

What are some UberConference alternatives?

News & Activity:


News or Activity

July 20, 2018

Dialpad Dials up $50 Million Series D Led by Iconiq

May 16, 2018

Dialpad Acquires TalkIQ

March 7, 2018

Dialpad Launches Call Center




Doug Dingus - quora.com

UberConference has a very cool and fun "on hold" song. That alone is worth giving it a look. I like the UX because it's a great mix of friction free and functional. You can go from nothing to your first conference in less than a minute, if you are in a hurry. That same UX design is discoverable without being confusing. Dig deep and there are some nice functions there, indicating who is on the conference, etc. So far, my personal experiences have been good. I have initiated some conferences with basically zero learning curve and robust service. I have been on many conferences that performed well. It's Uber! What's not to like? (I'm just a fan. Love a well-executed idea, which UberConference is.)

dejv - news.ycombinator.com

We use UberConference. Conference sign in could be confusing for a first timer, but otherwise it is solid (with some glitches from time to time).

Fiona Bieber - quora.com

I would say I like it for simplicity and cool. However when I need to join in from browser, Chrome is the only choice for screen sharing. Did not like this because I use Firefox for surfing.

Erik Mumford - quora.com

I liked everything except they do not support browsers other than Chrome for integrated audio and screen sharing. Really takes away from the value of not having to ask clients/prospects to download anything. Other than that the platform is really slick and very functional.

Kathleen Smero - facebook.com

A big "thumbs up" to UberConference. Just used for the first time tonight. Reminders were perfect, conference call quality was excellent, and received a recap at the end of the call. Thank you UberConference!