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Yet Folks Still Use Webex
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Has anyone else heard of Freeconference.com?

“FreeConference.com offers a terrific value to consumers

October 25, 2005 / Uncategorized

4 comments

we use freeconference and webex. webex lets you do WEB conferencing though. as far as i know you can’t get that with freeconference. if you can, tell me!

dan says…

There are lots of free conference call companies. I use freeconferencecalls.com…

FreeConferenceCalls.com, by the way, redirects to FreeConference.com. The mystery deepens. OK, not really. But I’m still geeking out over this; pretty cool.

And the Web conferencing element is a good point, Ali. All right, Webex has my permission to continue.

dan says…

Good catch. eh. It’s a conspiracy I tell ya.

That is interesting though — I’m pretty sure the calls I have been on say “welcome to free conference calls dot com”.

Having done some research into this before, another good one is http://www.mrconference.com/. That _only_ holds 30 people, but will let you own your own room 24/7 and not have to schedule ahead of time like freeconference.com.

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