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Free Conferencing Corporation Unveils Industry's First FREE Conference Recording Service; Company Takes Conference Recording to New Heights as Powerful Marketing Tool that Features Web Streaming and Podcast Conversion - All for FREE!

LONG BEACH, Calif. -- Free Conferencing Corporation of America, the leading provider of FREE one-to-many collaborative communications solutions, today announced the industry's first FREE conference recording service. On the heels of the recent launch of its Simple Voice Box 2.0 FREE Voice Mail that includes RSS Integration for Podcasts, Free Conferencing Corp. is charting a new course in the audio conferencing market with the release of this free conference recording service. The new service offers a multitude of opportunities as a vital sales and marketing tool to save businesses even more money versus expensive "pay-for-play" comparative services. 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

"We are taking conference recording to new levels of usability more than ever before and the best part is that it's FREE," said David Erickson, founder and CEO, Free Conferencing Corporation of America. "No other conferencing company, whether free or paid, offers a more complete suite of conference recording services. We are even bringing conference recording into the iPod revolution with the capability of Podcast conversion."

Unlike other solutions, does not require a teleconference connection charge. Users simply call a dial-in number to participate in a teleconference. By eliminating the connection charge and conference recording fees, users only pay for the call, which is typically a few cents per minute depending on calling plans and carrier charges. "For an organization that relies on conferencing as a mission-critical communications tool, the savings are invaluable," added Erickson.

According to Erickson,'s FREE conference recording can be used for a range of applications such as sales meetings, marketing brainstorm sessions, training and leadership development, mentoring programs, and much more. It provides an interactive platform to communicate a message and give others the opportunity to listen to it at a more convenient time.

For example, if a sales executive is traveling and cannot listen to a conference call, he/she can download the recording to their PCs, retrieve it from iTunes to download to an iPod, or receive it via RSS news feed and click to stream it on a desktop PC. Conference recordings are saved as RSS news feed or .WAV files. Other sample uses of the FREE conference recording service include:

--Corporate trainers can record messages for later retrieval or conduct conferences to use as a training tool.

--Multi-level marketing organizations can use as audio collateral materials to launch new products and services.

--CEOs can record audio versions of Letters to Shareholders and post the recording to a corporate intranet.

--Associations can use it as a tool to alert its volunteers to new initiatives.

--Financial planners can develop audio symposiums for their customers on new investment services.

--Inspirational and motivational speakers can broadcast recorded messages and send to constituents.

"The possibilities are limitless with the flexibility and scalability of's FREE audio conferencing and new FREE conference recording service," said Erickson.

For more detailed information on the new FREE conference recording service, please visit:

About Free Conferencing Corporation of America

Free Conferencing Corporation of America, with headquarters in Long Beach, California, is THE leading provider of FREE, one-to-many collaborative communications solutions. The company's flagship solution offers a high-quality, reservation-less conferencing service that is extremely easy to use. With more than 200,000 registrants and more joining daily, over 100 Fortune 500 companies are presently optimizing as well as public sector agencies. Unlike other competitive offerings from paid and non-paid audio conferencing services,'s pioneering all digital network is built on voice routers versus analog-based conference bridges that can be prone to static and other noise. uses the PSTN (public switched telephone network) to deliver unparalleled, high-quality audio conferencing. For more information, visit or call 877.482.5838.

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Date:Jun 5, 2006
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