iotum's conference call Facebook app picks up three new intl partners

Summary:Internet calling solutions provider  iotum has announced expanded availability  for its  FREE Conference Calls application on Facebook.Internatinal in scope, the expansion fir the five-month-old service is being facilitated by  agreements with Internet communications partners Truphone in the U.

Internet calling solutions provider

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  iotum has announced expanded availability  for its  FREE Conference Calls application on Facebook.

Internatinal in scope, the expansion fir the five-month-old service is being facilitated by  agreements with Internet communications partners Truphone in the U.K., Abbeynet in Italy and MOI Telecom in France.

The service, which has more than 90,000 users, is currently being used not only for conference call talk, but for public tele-seminars, private meetings, family events, New Year’s Eve countdowns, political discussions and to record multi-person podcasts.

iotum says users can join an iotum FREE Conference Call using one of three methods:

Direct dial from home, office, or mobile.  In the United States, Canada and France, users can dial the conference server directly using an ordinary call and be joined to the FREE Conference Calls.  Iotum says it intends to roll out more direct-dial countries in the future by recruiting additional partners to service other parts of the world.

VoIP.  From anywhere in the world, users can call using their PCs.  All that’s required is an active Internet connection, and clicking on the FREE Conference Calls application icon in Facebook.

Call back.  A user can be called back simply by entering into the FREE Conference Calls application on Facebook the phone number where his or her call is to be received.

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