You know how it goes. The conference call started a minute ago, but you’re still looking for the access code. Let’s put those annoying moments behind us, shall we? FreeConferenceCall.com For Business™ is excited to announce that our popular One Number feature will be available May 2nd on StartMeeting®! In other words, say goodbye to pesky little access codes, and hello to easier-than-ever conferencing. It’s a secure conference call with no access code.
At FreeConferenceCall.com For Business™, we know you need the very best business communication and collaboration tools at your disposal. That’s why we’ve just enhanced our video conferencing functionality — to make it easier to conference face-to-face. Driven by active speaker technology, StartMeeting® now offers a more streamlined experience when you video conference with multiple participants. We’ve also added one-click video recording, so your participants will never miss an action item.
It’s been one busy quarter! We want to give you a look on what goes on behind the scenes here at FreeConferenceCall.com. Here’s what’s new and noteworthy:
Based on more than 3,660 reviews written by business professionals, FreeConferenceCall.com received the “Highest Overall Usability Score” for web conferencing software with an impressive 9.3 out of 10. It just doesn’t get more usable than that.
Whether you’re growing a global business or connecting with friends and family, calling India can take up a lot of space on your phone bill. Some online alternatives, like Skype, aren’t always reliable in a country with some of the slowest broadband internet speeds in the world.
So, you love us. How do we know? Well, G2 Crowd, the world’s leading business software review platform, just released the Winter 2017 Web Conferencing Usability Index report. This report helps businesses identify the most usable web conferencing products. Based on more than 3,660 reviews written by business professionals, FreeConferenceCall.com received the highest overall usability score, with an impressive 9.3 out of 10. It just doesn’t get much more usable than that.