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[February 14, 2013]

FreeConferenceCall.com Releases 2012 Customer Report

Long Beach, California, Feb 14, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- FreeConferenceCall.com released its annual Customer Report today featuring new milestones and highlights from 2012, including that more than a million people were first-time customers in 2012. FreeConferenceCall.com, the largest privately owned conferencing company in the United States, provides consumers with domestic and international conferencing services for the cost of a regular domestic phone call and the ability to share files and other content online during calls with interconnected free screen sharing. Over 20 million callers around the world use the service every month and save millions of dollars on conferencing fees.


"Our focus has always been to provide our loyal customers with the highest quality and dependable conference calling service in the world, and it is extremely rewarding to look back on 2012 and see that our 'customer-first' approach led to record numbers of people turning to our conferencing services," said Dave Erickson, Founder and CEO of FreeConferenceCall.com. "As we continue to expand internationally, we will never lose sight on what is most important, which is the needs of our customers. We are looking forward to helping millions more people communicate efficiently and affordably in 2013." Key Highlights from the FreeConferenceCall.com Customer Report Include: --In 2012, FreeConferenceCall.com had 1,056,981 new customers.

--As of 2012 FreeConferenceCall.com served 34 Countries outside the US, with 209,942 customers around the world. Canada, France and Germany currently have the most callers and the most minutes.

--There were 128,499 iPhone and Android App downloads.

--In 2012, Santa used FreeConferenceCall.com's Simple Voice Center, which provides interactive and real time messaging, as 650,003 kids and their parents called the Santa Simple Voice Center line.

--Fun Fact:A couple used FreeConferenceCall.com to plan their wedding by conferencing all parties involved in the wedding planning and using Simple Voice Centers an information hotline for wedding updates. Guests also called Simple Voice Center to RSVP by leaving a message.

For more information, visit http://www.freeconferencecall.com.

About FreeConferenceCall.com FreeConferenceCall.com, the largest privately held conferencing provider in the United States, provides conference calling services to over 20 million callers a month. The company's reliable, high quality, reservation-less audio conferencing service is used to connect over 200 million calls a year around the world. FreeConferenceCall.com's pioneering all-digital network is built on proprietary media servers. A major milestone for FreeConferenceCall.com took place during the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election, when both President Obama and Senator McCain's campaigns chose FreeConferenceCall.com to communicate with their supporters nationwide. StartMeeting (http://www.StartMeeting.com) is the new service from the creators of FreeConferenceCall.com. StartMeeting combines real-time desktop sharing with integrated audio conferencing, offering state of the art features such as meeting recording and a customizable Meeting Wall. This innovative and robust audio and web conferencing service is priced significantly less than similar services. FreeConferenceCall.com was founded in 2001 and is based in Long Beach, California.

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