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over 4 years ago by Lucy Cinder Launches Free UK Tools

Unified Communications

Leading conferencing brand,, recently announced that it has added video and collaboration tools to its list of free services for users across the UK and France. The launch of international and local video conferencing solutions will enable users in both countries to benefit from all the same capabilities and features as some of the largest premium solutions on the market.

Start-up companies, remote workers, small businesses, and students will now be able to access the benefits of conference calling and collaboration, without excessive expense. Local and international video conferencing from will include support for up to 1,000 participants. Additionally, the calls will last for up to 6 hours, with zero hidden fees.

Removing the Barriers from Collaboration already has users across more than 800,000 businesses around the world, including almost the whole of the Fortune 500. The company believes that implementing these new free services for users in the UK and France will help to remove the limits on who can access tools for video conferencing and collaboration.

The convenient and accessible platform from will help users to have richer communication services and more productive meetings. According to the VP of Marketing for, Bill Swain, whether users are accessing the services for business meetings, teaching, or charity work, they’ll be able to rely on a safe and effective way to communicate and collaborate without boundaries. Features of the free service include:

  • Virtual drawing tools
  • Screen sharing
  • Video conferencing
  • Playback and recording
  • Remote desktop
  • Chat
  • Studio presentation

Collaboration for Everyone

As the second-largest conferencing company in the world based on minute volume, has a fantastic reputation in the marketplace. The company has been providing free services for audio calling for almost two decades and offers calling both on the web, as well as on mobile devices, such as iPhones, Android phones, and iPad apps.

According to Bill Swain, users in France and the UK will now gain an affordable new way to collaborate and connect with both global and local audiences alike. The comprehensive suite of tools from will offer excellent reach, with no cost. What’s more, the quality of the calls and video are equal to the paid services on the market too. The company believes that there’s no better option available for maximising productivity, and minimising cost.

The freemium version of has a presence across 73 countries around the globe, and upgrades can be added for a fee, including custom greetings, toll-free numbers, and extra storage solutions.

source uctoday
Industry: Unified Communications
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