Ring2 Conferencing, which offers remote control of calls from a mobile device, announced that it is extending its service to support Windows Mobile devices.
Ring2 customers with Windows Mobile 5 and 6 devices will be able to use these handsets to take remote control of their conference calls. While they can still dial into the call from any phone, their mobile device becomes a separate remote controller of the call leading to enhanced visibility, security and control.
This service enhancement is a result of the strong market adoption of our remote control for BlackBerry smartphones, said Alex Breen, vice president of product management at Ring2. The mobile remote control we offer is unique in the industry and gets straight to the heart of everyday problems that frustrate frequent conference callers.
Using Ring2s service, with a single click, the call leader can join the conference from a phone of their choice and then see a real-time list of participants, ensure nobody is eavesdropping, add a missing participant from the mobile device address book, mute any participant, and record the call, downloadable as an MP3 file after the call.
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October 19 2018 @ 21:53:25 UTC