FreeConferenceCall.com, the conferencing and collaboration brand, has launched free conference calling services in Malawi.
The country now has instant and limitless access to the best possible high-definition audio, video and screen sharing experience. Malawi joins Tanzania, Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa on a growing list of countries in sub-Saharan Africa with free international conferencing.
The company’s free conferencing services are used by millions of people around the world for business meetings, crisis response, charity work, religious meetings, distance learning and a range of other applications. FreeConferenceCall.com delivers a cloud-based technology that focuses on simplifying collaboration between users — and without any fees.
“This expansion into Malawi marks another milestone in the evolution of FreeConferenceCall.com, as we continue to introduce our world-class products and services to new audiences,” says Bertrand Daumalle, managing director of international operations at FreeConferenceCall.com. “We deliver superior call quality without requiring a subscription or monthly fees. FreeConferenceCall.com is designed to give users — in Malawi and around the world — rapid access to high-definition audio, video and screen sharing so they can meet and do business with as little friction as possible.”
Local service providers that partner with FreeConferenceCall.com are embracing the innovative revenue-sharing model that boosts traffic and rapidly builds minute volume. Partners gain a simple way to monetize conferencing services while adding value to their customer base.
Users in Malawi will benefit from the more than 16 years of experience FreeConferenceCall.com has in delivering the highest quality conferencing services over its robust network. According to the CIA Factbook, the country has 18 million people and over 7 million mobile and fixed line users who can access FreeConferenceCall.com’s conferencing services at no charge.
“We are proud to continue supporting Africa by expanding our services across the continent, and we will continue to grow our global footprint until every country in the world has access to FreeConferenceCall.com,” adds Daumalle.