FreeConferenceCall.com Brings Conferencing to Tanzania
As someone who lives in the suburbs and is only a quick train ride away from New York City, it’s hard to imagine living in a place where going to school or the office can be difficult due to poor travel conditions. I’m sure I’m not alone in this feeling, but that’s the reality for thousands of people living in Tanzania. Although the East African economy is growing, getting to work still isn’t the easiest task. That’s why FreeConferenceCall.com’s decision to bring its conferencing services to Tanzania has the potential to completely change the workforce there.
With this expansion, Tanzania joins Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa on the list of countries FreeConferenceCall.com is empowering through its conferencing services. The company is determined to bring free global conference calling to as many people as possible. “We are excited to continue to support the growing East African economy by expanding our services to Tanzania,” said Josh Lowenthal, president at FreeConferenceCall.com. “This expansion marks a milestone moment in our international growth as we continue to introduce our world-class products and services to new audiences.”
Tanzania is home to 53 million people, and now they can all access high definition audio conferencing, audio recordings and mobile applications at any time. Additionally, they’ll have unlimited access to local free audio, screen sharing and video conferencing.
This effort is great for Tanzanians, but perhaps even better for FreeConferenceCall.com. The company now has the potential to reach a user base of about 350 million people in Africa. That’s a pretty big number, and it lines up perfectly with FreeConferenceCall.com’s end goals.
“For the past 15 years, our free collaboration model has changed the way people communicate. Users gain rapid free access to high-definition audio, screen sharing and video conferencing so they can meet and conduct business internationally with as little friction as possible. It is our mission to continue to broaden our reach in Africa and across the world. We will not stop until every country has access to free conferencing services,” Lowenthal stated.
With any luck, Tanzanians will benefit from this service as much as FreeConferenceCall.com is set to. Access to conferencing has the potential to transform the way the workforce is handled in the country, enabling more remote work and meetings. We’ll have to wait and see if video conferencing in Tanzania has the desired effect.
Edited by Maurice Nagle