We need your urgent help to protect access to free global conferencing services. Many large carriers including AT&T have failed to prepare for a new Federal Communications Commission (FCC) order going into effect Saturday. Their inaction has stifled FreeConferenceCall.com from connecting calls. If nothing is done before Saturday millions of consumers, non-profits, government agencies and small businesses will lose connections they rely on every day.
We must convince the FCC to grant a waiver allowing adequate time to find a reasonable solution. Please click here to contact the FCC to send a message letting regulators know you want them to provide more time to preserve access to free conference calling.
FreeConferenceCall.com has met all new rules to comply with the order, and it’s time for AT&T and the other carriers to do the same. The large carriers were the driving force behind this new order and the related timing and despite our compliance they are now choosing not to comply and are instead refusing to complete calls to FreeConferenceCall.com. Please let them know you won’t stand by and let them take away your right to choose free global conferencing.
We asked for your help with this issue once before and you blew us away responding with more than 30,000 emails to state representatives. Let’s double the response this time and show the big corporate giants they can’t take away a free service loved by more than 5 million people across 190 countries.
Thank you again for being part of our global community, and for taking a few minutes to #savefreeconferencecall. We believe free connections are a right, and we are committed to doing everything we can to preserve and protect that right for years to come.
With my gratitude,
Founder and Chief Executive Officer