Free VoIP Conferencing

Many of us use VoIP in our offices today but still rely on toll free conferencing for our conference calls. VoIP-enabled phone systems are outpacing sales of traditional phone systems in North America, so why not take advantage of the equipment you are purchasing and get free conferencing? You can do just that at Gaboogie.

Get free unlimited conference calls simply by signing up at Gaboogie.

Once you have signed up you can use your Gaboogie credentials to register your PBX (Phone System) or IP Phone with Gaboogie and it becomes your conference bridge! Here are some of the features you can look forward to using as a Gaboogie customer!

  • Upload your contact database from any contact manager
  • Automated dial-out (PSTN connectivity from 5¢/min USA|Canada) to create your Gaboogie Conference
  • Local Dial-in numbers & toll free numbers, fo those who want or need to dial in (PSTN connectivity from 5¢/min USA|Canada)
  • Reconnect dropped calls simply by dialing the Gaboogie number that called you
  • Participant authentication to ensure complete security for your call
  • The Gaboogie Dashboard for monitoring and managing your Gaboogie call
  • Mute or disconnect any participant with one click
  • Add new participants on the fly, even after your Gaboogie Conference has started
  • Edit scheduled conferences after they have been created
  • Enjoy desktop-like performance with drag-and-drop and seamless pull-down menus
  • Record your call to an MP3 file and share it with colleagues who may have missed the call
  • Email and SMS conference call notifications
  • Redundant architecture to ensure reliable and stable calls
  • Premium support via email, web chat, toll free, Twitter & Facebook
  • Very competitive North American and International dial-out and dial-in pricing with all the features you would expect!

So what are you waiting for? It’s Free!

Sign up today and try Gaboogie’s free VoIP conferencing and get 5 minutes of PSTN minutes at no cost!


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