Telephone interpreters and translators
The telephone translator and interpreter service is ideal for dealing with an immediate interpreting requirement where you need someone right away.
We can arrange an interpreter to join you on-line, over a conference phone call. Please contact us to discuss your requirements (eg. arrange for a 3 way conference call, book a specific time and date, etc)
Telephone interpreting can be used, for example, as an initial enquiry with a view to setting up a first meeting, to check export orders, to book meetings or make appointments, to find out information, or to interview someone. Our interpreter is professional, accurate and will remain neutral in any situation and will never offer an opinion. Our interpreter is specialised in marketing, medicine, business, technical and financial terminology. All conversations are kept strictly confidential.
Telephone interpreters and translators are available in all languages (variable prices) Mandarin Chinese | Hindu/Hindi | Spanish | English | Arabic | Portuguese | Bengali | Russian | Japanese | German | Punjabi | Wu | Javanese | Telugu | Marathi | Vietnamese | Korean | Tamil | French | Italian | Cantonese | Sindhi | Turkish | Min | Gujarati | Maithili | Polish | Ukrainian | Persian | Malayalam | Kannada | Tamazight (Berber) | Oriya | Azerbaijani | Hakka | Bhojpuri | Burmese | Gan | Thai | Sundanese | Romanian | Hausa | Pashto | Serbo-Croatian | Uzbek | Dutch | Yoruba | Amharic | Oromo | Indonesian | Filipino | Kurdish | Somali | Lao | Cebuano | Greek | Malay | Igbo | Malagasy | Nepali | Assamese | Shona | Khmer | Zhuang | Madurese | Hungarian | Sinhalese | Fula | Czech | Zulu | Quechua | Kazakh | Tibetan | Tajik | Chichewa (Nyanja) | Haitian Creole | Belarusian | Lombard | Hebrew | Swedish | Kongo | Akan | Albanian | Hmong | Yi | Tshiluba | Ilokano | Uyghur | Neapolitan | Bulgarian | Kinyarwanda | Xhosa | Balochi | Hiligaynon | Tigrinya | Catalan | Armenian | Minangkabau | Turkmen | Makhuwa | Santali | Batak | Afrikaans | Mongolian | Bhili | Danish | Finnish | Tatar | Gikuyu | Slovak | More | Swahili | Southern Quechua | Guarani | Kirundi | Sesotho (southern) | Romani | Norwegian | Pahari-Potwari | Tswana | Kanuri | Kashmiri | Bikol | Georgian | Qusqu-Qullaw | Umbundu | Konkani | Balinese | Northern Sotho (sePedi) | Luyia | Wolof | Bemba | Buginese | Luo (Dholuo) | Maninka | Mazanderani | Gilaki | Shan | Tsonga | Galician | Sukuma | Yiddish | Jamaican Creole | Piemonteis | Kyrgyz | Waray-Waray | Ewe | South Bolivian Quechua | Lithuanian | Ndebele | Urdu | Pakistani
It is often useful to brief the interpreter before the interpreting assignment, so that our interpreter is familiar with the activities of your company and the purpose of the call. We would appreciate copies of any documentation relevant to the assignment, particularly any texts that may be discussed in detail.