Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Free Conference Calling Services

Are you looking for a free phone conference services? There are several providers out there providing the same basic services, but not all of them are created equal. Most of these services also have a 'catch' you need to be aware of.

First, all free conferencing providers don't offer toll-free dial-in numbers to access your conference. So you will be required to make a long distance call to use the service. Although if you have free long distance services on your phone this shouldn't be a problem.

Some of the free conferencing providers below have registration requirements and others don't to use their services. So you will have to find the service that you like the best.

Finally, below is the list of providers that you can use for having audio phone conferences with your family and friends.
  • FreeConferenceCall.com: This free service requires you to register to receive an account. You will be provided with a dial-in number and access code for phone conferencing. Features: reservationless conferences, that can accommodate 96 callers, for up to 6 hours at a time.
  • PowWowNow: This is another free conference calling service. All you have to do is to create a PIN (6 to 9 digits long) and share it will your friends and family. Then all they have to call the number provided on the site, enter the PIN to join the conference.
  • FreeConference: Offers both reservations and reservationless conference calling. You do not have to set up a account or provide any information regarding your conference, everyone who calls the same Dial-in Number and enters the same Participant Access Code will be connected together.
  • BV FreeConferencing: Free conference calling, after you register you will receive the dial-in information with your bridge number and moderator PIN. Then you can invite up to 250 attendees to join your conference call.
Note: This is not a complete list of free conferencing providers, if you do a search in your favorite search engine you can find more providers.
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