FreeConferenceCall.com Now Available in India
Earlier this month, FreeConferenceCall.com, a provider of free and secure video conferencing and collaboration tools, announced that it will be expanding its service offerings to India. The company, which is based in Long Beach, California, originally was offered only to American users, but has been steadily working on adding an international component to its business model.
FreeConferenceCall.com is fairly unique in that it has the ability to be both business facing and customer facing at the same time. Businesses can leverage the website to host virtual meetings, much like many other online meeting rooms such as Go To Meeting and Skype for Business. Individuals can also take advantage of FreeConferenceCall.com as a standard video chatting service, much the way Skype has both a platform devoted to businesses and one for individuals to use with family and friends.
FreeConferenceCall.com allows for video conferences to be held with up to 1,000 participants for free, with additional space available at a fee. In addition, all conferences hosted on this site will feature high definition audio and video (contingent on the quality of the Internet connection) as well as the option to share screens, allowing for an increased ability to collaborate.
“We're excited about this new geographical extension of our services into one of the largest and most dynamic telecommunications markets in the world,” said Josh Lowenthal, the president of FreeConferenceCall.com in a statement. “The Indian diaspora is rich with communities and businesses that can benefit from streamlined access to conference calling services. We look forward to helping the Indian population connect and collaborate at home and around the world.”
Lowenthal went on to say that “India is an amazing market and we're proud to provide free high-quality conferencing solutions. We are truly offering the Indian population with the means to transform the way they communicate and connect across multiple destinations around the world.” Expanding their services to include the large Indian telecommunications market is a very smart and strategic business move for FreeConferenceCall.com. It should find a large market of customers (both consumers and businesses) who will be excited to use its platform.
Edited by Alicia Young