Free Conferencing Recording

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Free Conferencing Recording

Last week, my boss asked MIS and me about being able to record his calls from his cell phone since he was doing an important interview. How ironic that just a few days later, Free Conferencing Corp. was announcing their plans for free recording capabilities that would work from his cellphone or any phone for that matter.

If you go to you can check out what they claim is the "industry’s first FREE conference recording service." Callers can utilize the in-conference recording option for:

• Free unlimited dial-in playback
• File download
• Web streaming
• RSS and podcast conversion
• 24/7 availability does not require a teleconference connection charge. Users simply call a dial-in number to participate in a teleconference. It's too bad they don't publish a SIP address to avoid even the toll charges using VoIP. Although you could leverage the free SkypeOut promotion going on until the end of the year.

The new recording service from offers unlimited playback and downloading of recording. also offers up to 6 hours of FREE recordable talk time for one session, and users can have an unlimited number of sessions.

Many competitors charge for recording and unlike many of their competitors, offers RSS feeds for podpast conversions.

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