We spend a lot of time in the marketing department evaluating the word ‘free’. As you can imagine, it’s everywhere. It’s in our company name. It’s in our logo. It’s on our website. It’s on our coffee cups. It’s on my pop-socket. It’s even on the license plate of my CEO’s car.
Generally speaking, people L O V E free things. Am I right? People will literally go out of their way to get free stuff. For example, the Chick Fil a across the street from our office opened last summer and they were giving away free chicken sandwich meals for a year, to the first 50 people in line on the day of their grand opening. I kid you not, there were people pitching tents in the parking lot to get their hands on that coupon book — including one of our own! Radio station phones are ringing off the hook each morning when listeners hear the ‘song of the day’ and call in to win free concert tickets. Target customers fly to the store when there is any kind of popular BOGO deal. We also can’t forget all you millennials who comment on your favorite bloggers Instagram post for a chance to win a free Le Creuset.
We all do it whether we want to admit it or not. Now, ask yourself why you are so hesitant to sign up for a free service? Is it because you don’t want a million spam emails? Or, you don’t want to give away all of your personal information for an online tool you don’t even know will work? Or, is it for fear of hacking? Or God forbid — they try and upsell you. Seriously, they are all valid reasons.
Let me turn the tables for a moment — what if the service was everything they said it was and only required your email address and a password that you created? What if you missed out on a utility service that served more purposes than one, just because you were reluctant?
I am here to tell you, the word ‘free’ should not be feared. Honestly, I used to be a skeptic just like you — that is until I started working at FreeConferenceCall.com. Here is this company offering (what seems like) the sun, the moon AND the stars to its customers for free. Come again? Yeah, you read that correctly. FreeConferenceCall.com offers so much free stuff that it looks like a run-on sentence when you put it on paper.
So, here is the GIGANTIC list of services that come in every FREE account:
- Audio conferencing for 1,000 users
- Screen sharing for 1,000 users
- Video conferencing for 1,000 users
- International conference dial-in numbers
- Keypad commands
- Breakout rooms
- Call controls
- Meeting settings
- Drawing tools
- Remote desktop
- Studio presentations
- Web controls
- Call detail reports
- Calendar integrations
- Mobile apps
We want to prove all of you free haters wrong. We want you to know that we will never give you a lesser quality application because it’s free. I am sure you are now asking yourself... how do they make money? Excellent question. We make money on the backend of every audio call, which is why we can provide you all the bells and whistles that our competitors can’t. Well, they can — they just choose to charge you extra.
If I didn’t work here, I’d want to know why I need a free conference call account and it’s a perfectly acceptable question. Here are just a few of the reasons I can think of. Your account is yours for life. That means, when you leave your current job for a new job — the number goes with you. If you travel abroad for work or for pleasure, you have 70+ in-country dial-in numbers allowing you to call friends and family without any cost to you or them. Let’s say you have a meeting but your trip gets canceled due to weather conditions, you have free video conferencing and screen sharing included in your account. You never have to let weather impede on sealing the deal. We can’t forget about those lazy days we all have (every now and then) when we don’t want to take copious notes during the meeting. No need to fear — free recording is here! It’s a life-saver. Trust me!
Well, that about sums it up. Sometimes free is everything it’s cracked up to be and more. Since inception in 2001, we’ve been committed to never selling your personal information and we’ve stayed true to that every day since. We don’t send you spam emails. We provide only the highest quality service. We are available to you 365 days a year, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for any customer care needs you may have. We do it because we care about you — our customers and your wallets.
Sign up for your free account today and thank us later!