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 ¥ 7800
  • 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 ¥ 11550

This is ¥ 7800 for the interpreter and ¥ 3750 communication costs. At right you may read how these amounts are calculated.

Costs of the interpreter

The interpreter costs ¥ 7800 because you booked him for 1 hour.

Communication costs

The conferencing costs are:
¥ 2600 x (45 min)/(60 min) = ¥ 1950
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 ¥ 40 per minute. The telephony costs are:
45 min * 40 ¥/min = ¥ 1800
The total amount for communication is ¥ 3750


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 ¥ 7800
  • The participants Dial-in their selves

This session costs ¥ 13000

¥ 9750 for the interpreter and ¥ 3250 communication costs. On the right hand you may read how this was calculated.

Costs of the interpreter

The interpreter costs:
¥ 7800 * (75 min/60 min) = ¥ 9750

Communication costs

The conferencing costs are:
¥ 2600 x (75 min)/(60 min) = ¥ 3250
Since the participants dial in their selves no telephony costs will be charged.

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