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Coronaviruses (CoV) has been unleashing havoc on a global scale since its outbreak last year. Travel restrictions, quarantine measures and preventive measures have lessened but not eliminated the infectious disease. With researches revealing their ‘zoonotic’ (ability to transmit between animals & people), awareness & vigilance needs to be at an all time high.
With a belief that payment should not be a barrier between people & information especially in this trying & testing time of Coronaviruses infestation, FreeConferenceCall.com, has shattered all pay walls for users in India to help combat the Coronavirus. One of the largest providers of conference call services online, the company has empowered Indians with access to the full suite of video conferencing capabilities entirely free of charge. Thus, enabling users across the country to meet, work & stay connected during this challenging time through its free video & collaboration tools.
Commenting on this initiative, Dave Erickson, President, CEO & Founder, FreeConferenceCall.com says, “At FreeConferenceCall.com, we are taking the response to the Coronavirus outbreak very seriously and want to ensure users across India are able to minimize the
At FreeConferenceCall.com, we are taking the response to the Coronavirus outbreak very seriously and want to ensure users across India are able to minimize the impact it has on their daily lives
impact it has on their daily lives. By eliminating paywalls for video and collaboration tools, more people across the country can access critical communications at no cost”.
Equipped with the firms’ free services, businesses, students, communities & anyone worried about travelling or prevented from doing so can benefit from unlimited international audio conferencing with local dial ins for more than 75 markets. Besides being free, this unlimited video conferencing can include upto 1000 participants along with access to screen sharing & drawing tools.
FreeConferenceCall.com, which operates on a freemium model with a local presence in over 75 countries, is the second largest conferencing provider in the world based on minute volume and has been providing free audio-conferencing services for nearly two decades. It offers free audio conference services online and via its Android, iPhone & iPad mobile apps, which can be upgraded for a minimal fee, including toll-free numbers, custom greetings, custom hold music, extra storage and the use of one number to remove the need for access codes for US participants.
“We believe that free communications services have a positive social impact. When we saw a surge in usage across our global footprint as Coronavirus spread, we looked at what we could do to help more people. Offering free video and collaboration tools in India is one way that we can contribute and use our technology and services to benefit businesses, communities, religious groups and a whole range of unique users,” concludes Erickson.