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July 19, 2012 Expands to Europe Launching Service in Finland, Ireland and Norway

By Narayan Bhat
TMCnet Contributor

America’s popular teleconferencing service provider, has expanded into Europe, making its service available in Finland, Ireland and Norway.

The Long Beach, Calif-based service provider says business in these European countries can now make international conferencing calls at the same price of regular domestic calls. came under spotlight during the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election when both President Obama and Senator McCain's campaigns chose its service to communicate with their supporters nationwide.

According to its statement, currently, as many as 20 million callers use its service around the world.

Teleconferencing is the modern world’s technological breakthrough as it saves billions of dollars in fuel and energy by allowing people to meet face-to-face on computer screens. has added one more feature to its service; the ability to allow callers to share files and other content online during calls with free screen sharing.

"Businesses and consumers are saving millions of dollars every year by using free conferencing services," said David Erickson (News - Alert), founder and CEO of "We look forward to showing businesses and consumers how simple and cost-effective it is to teleconference domestically as well as around the globe."

Using its service people in these European countries can now make teleconferencing calls to 33 countries including United States. They can talk up to six hours on one call and at no additional cost.

Callers can record the meeting and can play it later, or they can even send the recordings to listeners via podcast.

The company says its online meeting feature makes it easy to conduct free screen sharing sessions, online presentations, webinars as well as demonstrations.

Moreover, it is simple and easy to use, requiring only a name and an e-mail address to receive an account. Once a user signs up, provides a dedicated dial-in number and an access code for the free teleconferencing service.

Another interesting feature is there is no need to book the call well in advance.

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Edited by Brooke Neuman


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