We Asked for Your Stories. Here Are Some of Our Favorites.

By Our Users

In our recent customer survey, we asked our users to share stories of their experiences using FreeConferenceCall.com. We got a lot of amazing responses. Below, you’ll find some of our favorite use cases from the list.

FreeConferenceCall.com for Recording

“…I’m currently in litigation with a former client that thankfully because of the call recordings, which you have the legal disclaimer ahead of time saying that this call is being recorded, I have her on tape saying the things she said she didn’t say LOL. So that might not be a feel-good story but hopefully it’s a ‘save-my-butt’ story!” Learn more about free recordings.

FreeConferenceCall.com for Virtual Happy Hour

“I live far from my sisters and miss getting together with them so I proposed a “virtual happy hour” once a month with them. One doesn’t Skype, so I needed to find a better solution – FreeConferenceCall.com! We use the video conferencing feature and the four of us usually spend about two hours laughing and enjoying our virtual visit. Having the video feature makes it all so much better! We all look forward to our monthly ‘VHH’. Thank you for bringing me in closer to my sisters!” Learn more about video chat.

FreeConferenceCall.com for Improving Cancer Care

“This service is being used to really improve cancer care in Chicago, and possibly all of the US as time goes on…thank you!” Learn more about telehealth.

FreeConferenceCall.com for Dial-In Church Service

“Because we are able to use FreeConferenceCall.com, our ministry can reach those who aren’t able to attend physically. The congregation is truly been blessed to be in the comfort of their homes and still receive the word of God.” Learn more about prayer lines.

FreeConferenceCall.com for Distance Learning

“I have used [FreeConferenceCall.com] with online college students enrolled in my Business Technology class. The university wanted us to use Google Hangouts, but I found it too unreliable regarding audio and screen sharing. Skype was too limited in that I needed to pass the presenter role to other students. So I had my class use FreeConferenceCall.com and was able to do live sessions with my students easily and reliably. Many of them started using it as well for their study groups.” Learn more about conferencing in higher education.

Have a story of your own to share? Take our two-minute survey and tell us all about it! You can also check out our answers to user feedback received through the survey.