Conference Calling Companies

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Conference Calling Companies are on a rise in America today.  There use is everywhere from the corporate sector where conference calling is essential for having multiple employees on the line, to the home use where aunt Jenny wants to talk to you and grandma at the same time. Most Conference Calling Companies are of little to no cost if you look in the right places.

A lot of the Free Conference Calling Companies only charge you your normal long distance fees for all parties involved from their own phone companies. The free companies are not that secure and calls are dropped often and most of these providers are largely available through a quick Google search.

AT&T/Cingular had been blocking their cellular customers from their previously free conference calling service due since March of 2007 due to rising costs of secure reliable calls. Conference Calling Companies that would be more reliable and secure normally cost anywhere from 2 cents a minutes to 7 or 8 cents a minutes not including your normal phone service provider costs.

Some of the new jumps in conference calling have been its availability through Skype, MSN, AIM, and other online messaging and phoning services. These online free services have put more pressure on the phone companies for free conference calling. The online messaging companies also sometimes provide a video conference call like MSN and Skype. These forms of free conference calling have made reliable secure conference calling in demand by the cooperate sector.

A major player in the corporate sector for conference calling companies is AT Conference. AT Conference Company's list of clientele consists of The US Army, Upper Deck, Dannon, Sealy, The Hard Rock Café to name only a few. They offer web conferencing along with traditional conference calling. They offer 24/7 live operator assistance, PIN codes for secure conference calls. For a Corporation they are a secure reliable and reasonably priced. For a private at home use some of the free conference calling companies are recommended or check your phone service provider for an easy and normally cheap alternative to an online based company.

Skype is a free secure alternative to conference calling companies. Skype offers free Skype to Skype conference calls; this also includes conference video calls. They also offer many other free services that conference calling companies wouldn't necessarily offer, such as transferring data files in a secure format. They also offer a traditional text based messaging system that may be good in different situations. They also offer a low cost Skype to phone service.  Skype is one of the most secure free conferences calling alternatives as of this moment. MSN and AIM offer similar services and are good for home use and would work well as a free substitute to conference calling as well.  

While passionate about psychology. With TRCB, he is one of the original Subject Matter Experts (SME), Author of upcoming book Naturally Good Cooking. For more please visit www.MichaelGoshen.com

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