What Does it Cost to Use SimpleBlast?

To use SimpleBlast, you will need to Sign Up for an account. The following is required to get started:

  • A valid credit card
  • Telephone
  • Computer

SimpleBlast works on a credit system allowing you to purchase message blasts in bulk. A message blast represents a single voice message which is sent to one selected number from your phone book(s). Each message blast costs $0.05. A minimum of 200 message blasts can be purchased at a time. Read More...

November's Featured Service of the Month: Simple Blast

Simple Blast is an outgoing message service which allows you to blast (send) a prerecorded message to your selected calling list. Each blast can last up to two minutes and can be sent to up to 10,000 numbers at once. It's a great way to notify, confirm and make announcements about meetings, appointments and upcoming events. Instead of calling your contact list one by one, SimpleBlast allows you to send out notices via phone to your selected contacts all at the same time.

Here are some segments we look forward to during the month of November: Read More...

FreeConferenceCall.com Celebrates 10 year Anniversary

FreeConferenceCall.com and our CEO, David Erickson, would like to say thank you to all our customers that have helped us succeed this past decade. We truly value your business and look forward to serving you for another 10 years and beyond!

To celebrate our 10 year anniversary, we were visited by members of the media from The Long Beach Press Telegram, The Long Beach Post, The Long Beach Business journal and our very own Mayor of Long Beach, Bob Foster. Click here to read an article from the Gazette.com Read More...

How to Share your Recorded Conference Calls

Recording your conference is simple to do and easy to share. Even better, it's all FREE. Here are some of the ways you can share your recording :

  1. Listen to your Recorded Conference from the Phone - all FreeConferenceCall.com accounts come with a Playback Number. Simply dial the playback number, enter the access code and then enter the reference number for the specific conference recording you wish to listen to.
  2. MP3/WAV Download - To listen to your recorded conference on your computer, log into your account and locate the recordings tab. From there, click on the file option (MP3 or WAV) found in the Download column.
  3. Listen Online - You can also listen to your recording online from the Recordings Tab. Simply click on the file found in the Playback column and your recording will begin to play.
  4. Podcast/RSS Feed - If you have iTunes or an RSS client, you can listen to your recording from there. You simply copy one of the links found in the Podcast/RSS tab and insert it into your client (depending on which client you use). When you have a new recording available, your client will notify you.

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Celebrate with us on Twitter

Interview card with David Erickson on it

As many of you may have heard, we are celebrating our 10 year anniversary during the month of October. Ten years ago, FreeConferenceCall.com started in a one-room office with a simple idea: to provide high-quality conference calling without a surcharge and with that idea, a multitude of communication services have been created.

On our anniversary date, you have a chance to interview our CEO and President, David Erickson, by asking him a question. The interview is taking place on October 26, 2011 at 11 am PT/2 pm ET via twitter and will run for one hour. Please use hash tag #freeconf10 to have your questions answered. Read More...

How to Use the *9 Touch Tone Command: Record Conference

The *(star) 9 touch tone command allows hosts to record conference calls that can be accessed anytime the following ways:

  1. Playback number
  2. Podcast/RSS feed
  3. MP3/WAV Download
  4. Listen online

Why is this important? Recording your conference calls is FREE and simple to do. If you are hosting a training seminar, crisis response meeting, having a deposition, etc. the recording feature can be used to archive the conference call, allowing others who couldn't join to access it at another time. Read More...