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[February 01, 2013]

FreeConferenceCall.com's International Conference Call Service Now Caters to 30+ Countries

Long Beach, CA, Feb 01, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- FreeConferenceCall.com, a leading free international conference call provider, now offers its services to over 30 countries around the world since it was first offered in late 2011.

The initial list of supported countries included Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan, South Africa, the United Kingdom, and the USA. However, as of October 2012, the list has expanded to include numerous countries in Asia, the Middle East, and Europe. Some of these countries include: Croatia, the Arabian Peninsula, Ireland, Korea, Malaysia, Slovenia, and Switzerland.


Subscribers who make calls within these countries are simply charged the cost of a regular domestic (in-country) call. There are no hidden or additional fees.

The company allows subscribers currently located in any of the supported countries complete access to its services. In fact, subscribers can use their local number in the country they are currently in to host calls. All dial-in numbers provided upon registration can be dialed from anywhere in the world, except for Australia.

Creating an account at FreeConferenceCall.com is free of charge, and it allows users instant access to its many features, including online meetings, recorded calls, and international audio conferencing.

To participate in an audio conference, invited participants only need to dial the conference dial-in number and enter the access code when prompted. Conferencing service and customer support is available 24/7, assuring subscribers a prompt response to any inquiry.

For more information about the company's international conference calling service, and to learn more about the additional features they offer, log on to http://www.freeconferencecall.com/fcci/default.aspx or call 877-482-5838.

About Free Conferencing Corporation of America: Founded in 2001, Free Conferencing Corporation is an industry pioneer and leading provider of collaborative communication solutions serving small to large-sized businesses, communities and organizations around the world. More than three million registered users already depend on Free Conferencing Corporation's international conference call services for reliable, cost-effective and easy-to-use audio conferencing. Free Conferencing Corporation's all-digital network is built on proprietary media servers and uses both PSTN (public switched telephone network) and advanced VoIP-based services to deliver unparalleled, high-quality audio conferencing services at the best pricing models available. For more information, please call 877-482-5838 or visit http://www.freeconferencecall.com/.

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