What is the pay structure of an agent?

An agent gets paid 20% of the collected revenue of a client for as long as they stay an agent of              ZipBridge and the client stays a client of ZipBridge.


Are there only three plans available?  I have clients that may need more than 4,000 minutes.

We can develop custom enterprise plans that can  accommodate more minutes.


How can my client pay for the service?

The client can either use a credit card or we can bill directly.  If the client desires an invoice,

they enter the appropriate data(below) in the Offer Code field:






How do I get ZipBridge so I can demo it to clients?

Sign up for the Responder plan and enter “demoaccount” in the Offer Code field


Is there an opportunity for my customer to try ZipBridge?

Have the customer order the Responder plan and have them enter “freetrial” and your company

name in the Offer Code field.  The client will get 300 minutes to try us out.  It will allow us too     track the order and send you a reminder at ~15 days for you to contact the customer to confirm       how they want to be billed.


Can I add Call-In Launch to an existing plan?

Yes, but remember that you will use up one of your accounts and only one conference call runs

at a time so if you are already using ZipBridge for a customer call and someone calls into your

Call-In Launch number, they will join your existing call.  Also the Call-In Launch Group must

be the first group alphabetically.


What can I do if someone needs to call more than two numbers?

A person can be entered twice(e.g. Tim Byrne1, Tim Byrne2) to allow for up to 4 numbers.

This would allow for work cell, work, personal cell, and home number to be called.


What caller ID number gets sent on a call?

Each group has it’s own caller ID number that gets sent so an emergency can be 911-911-9111

while other calls could be the leaders work number or cell number.


Is ZipBridge expected to replace someone’s existing conference calling?

It can but most people look for us to augment their current conference calling, using us for

gathering people for impromptu calls, for scheduled calls where participants are sometimes  late

or for operational situations where traditional conference calling was never effective.