Free Conferencing Corp. Launches Ad-Supported Teleconferencing Service

Free Conferencing Corp. of America, announced the creation of what it said is the industrys first ad-supported free conferencing service Expanding on the companys suite of free and fee-based conferencing and collaboration solutions, integrates the technology of VoodooVoxs In-Call Media.

The launch of represents a new approach to offering teleconferencing services, said David Erickson, CEO and founder of Free Conferencing Corp. of America. Working with VoodooVox, we can now leverage our pioneering conferencing and collaboration services to deliver the first ad-supported solution with the new

Similar to traditional teleconferencing services, users are prompted to enter a pass code and will hear a brief ad-supported message as the parties are joined in the conference call. The message, inserted directly into the call stream by VoodooVox, replaces the standard ring that callers normally hear before connecting to a teleconference.

VoodooVox is the driving force behind In-Call Media, the patent-pending process of inserting ad-supported audio content directly into the call stream of high-call volume companies. Currently integrated into hundreds of telecom publishers generating 300 million calls monthly, the VoodooVox In-Call Network powers free or reduced-price telephony services for world-renowned brands including IDT, Univision, Virgin Mobile, Nokia, Microsoft and Showtime, among others, Free Conferencing Corp. said.

Free Conferencing Corp. has emerged as the clear leader of free audio conferencing services, and is an ideal company to benefit from ad-supported In-Call Media, said J. Scott Hamilton, CEO, VoodooVox. The market opportunities for this new ad-supported teleconferencing model are powerful, and we look forward to delivering innovative solutions that leverage our platform.
Free Conferencing Corp. of America

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