Best Conference Calling

The best conference calling services have similar characteristics: high-quality service and a multitude of useful features. They don’t overload with bells and whistles, but they don’t skimp on the service either. Your best conference calls will connect quickly, be recorded, and allow you to track who contributes what to the conversation. Additionally, advanced webinar and webcast features allow you to distribute important meeting materials—and to ensure that everyone gets the same materials at the same time.

The best conference calling service will allow you to make conference calls whenever and wherever you want. Audio conferences will allow everyone to contribute—and mute, so you don’t pick up on the background chatter; clear video connections will mean that each person can communicate, face-to-face. The best part (okay, one of the other ones)? You can stay in your office and avoid airport security lines, rental car fees, and overbooked hotel rooms.

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