Users in three of Africa’s largest economy, Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa will now be able to access free audio conferencing courtesy of the world’s largest free conference calling service, FreeConferenceCall.com.
With this launch, users in those three countries will now be able to make free audio conferencing as well as access other features such as audio recording and mobile applications.
Those to benefit from the service include; businesses, charities, NGOs, and other consumers, who will now have immediate access to conference calling services with the company’s simple user interface. Users in Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa will be able to host close to 1,000 callers on an unlimited number of six-hour conference calls.
“Giving people immediate access to free conference calling and collaboration tools is a game-changer for local communities and businesses. We are proud to be supporting the growth of the economies in Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa and helping people to meet, connect, and do business,” says David Erickson, Founder and CEO of FreeConferenceCall.com.
Erickson also explained the reason why the three countries were selected: “We have selected these markets because we believe our services can have the greatest impact on local people and result in more opportunities to expand our presence in Africa.”
By the volume of minutes it provides to its consumers, FreeConferenceCall.com is the fifth largest audio conferencing provider in the world. The company operates a service that connects millions of users globally every day.