Ring2 conference call service now on Windows Mobile devices

Today mobile device audio-conferencing solutions provider Ring2 announced the launch of its conference call control service on Windows Mobile 5 and 6-powered devices.In doing so, Ring2 is expanding its mobile services from BlackBerry platforms to WinMob-powered cellphones and PDAs.

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Today mobile device audio-conferencing solutions provider Ring2 announced the launch of its conference call control service on Windows Mobile 5 and 6-powered devices.

In doing so, Ring2 is expanding its mobile services from BlackBerry platforms to WinMob-powered cellphones and PDAs.

"This service enhancement is a result of the strong market adoption of our remote control for BlackBerry smartphones," said Alex Breen, vice president of product management at Ring2. "The mobile remote control we offer is unique in the industry and gets straight to the heart of everyday problems that frustrate frequent conference callers."

Using Ring2 on a Windows Mobile handset, call leaders can join in on the conference and then:

  • See a real-time list of participants as they join or leave the call;
  • Ensure nobody is listening in who shouldn't be
  • Add a missing participant from the mobile device address book
  • Mute the participant with distracting background noise
  • Record the call, the recording of which will be downloadable as an MP3 file after the call.

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