FreeConferenceCall.com, the most recognized conferencing and collaboration brand on the planet, today announced it has launched free conference calling services in Tanzania. The country can access high-definition audio conferencing, audio recordings and mobile applications at any time. Tanzania joins Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa on a growing list of countries with local access to free global conference calling. FreeConferenceCall.com now has the potential to reach a user base of approximately 350 million people in Africa.
FreeConferenceCall.com is used by millions of people around the world for business meetings, crisis response, teaching, family reunions, charity work, religious meetings and a range of other applications. FreeConferenceCall.com is an entirely cloud-based technology that focuses on simplifying the lives of its users, while saving them money in long-distance fees.
“We are excited to continue to support the growing East African economy by expanding our services to Tanzania,” says 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.”
The launch of FreeConferenceCall.com services means that over 50 million people in the East African nation now have unlimited, instant local access to free audio, screen sharing and video conferencing. The country’s high performance economic growth has been consistent over the past 10 years, averaging at 6.5% per year. This performance standard has been led by several industries, including communication sectors.
“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,” adds Lowenthal.
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