, the most recognised conferencing and collaboration service in the world, has expanded its free conference calling service with dedicated dial-in numbers in 57 countries around the world.
Users in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Europe and the Americas can access free HD Audio Conferencing, Audio Recordings, Security Features, Desktop Scheduling and Mobile Applications.
In just the past few years, has expanded its vast reach to become a world-class global service giving consumers, businesses, charities, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and governments immediate access to conference calling services with a simple user experience. has more than quadrupled its international minutes volume between 2012 and 2014 and is on track to more than double its 2014 results in 2015.
“We are continuously seeking to expand our relationships with our partners in some of the fastest-growing economies in the world,” says CEO David Erickson. “Over the last 10 years, we have proven the value of our business model and helped millions of people meet, connect and collaborate for free.  Our global expansion enables more people in more markets to access free conference calling services with the high-quality collaboration tools they need.” is the fifth largest provider of audio conferencing worldwide by volume of minutes, according to Wainhouse Research. The company connects hundreds of millions of users annually across the globe, including business users from many Fortune 500 companies.
“We are continuing on our rapid path of global expansion because of the strength of our local service provider partners and unique revenue sharing model. Our partners are able to capture new revenue streams while enabling their subscribers to call and collaborate with a simple user interface,” says chief operating officer Josh Lowenthal. “We will continue to grow in new markets and actively seek local partners that can benefit from free conference calling. It is a proven model that we look forward to sharing with more service providers around the globe.”