I am reviewing your site for potential use and wondering why there is a screen with a per minute charge for a proscribed amount of minutes. I thought it was a “free conference call.”
We basically have two options for people using our service.
First we have the regular plans where all callers call the conference bridge which is usually a long distance call. The phone number is the 712 area code. All these callers pay is their regular long distance rate. When using the Basic option all calling into our dial in number pay their long distance call charges to their respective phone carriers, Nocostconference Inc provides the bridge line free to use. Please visit this link to sign up for a Web control account http://www.nocostconference.com/free_conference_web.aspx
The second option is for you or your company to purchase toll-free minutes. In this case you and your callers call in using the toll-free number. This way only you or your company is charged for the phone call. The minutes are deducted at the rate of per minute per caller, meaning if you and one other person are on the conference bridge for 1 hour the total deducted minutes would be 120 minutes. The Toll Free minutes do not have a expiry date so you can use them as per your convenience till they finish off.
Please visit this link to sign up for a Toll Free account as well as the options & price at https://www.nocostconference.com/buynow.aspx There are 3 options 10000 Minutes – 3.9 cents per minute ($390) 5000 Minutes – 4.9 cents per minute ($245) 2500 Minutes – 5.9 cents per minute ($147.50). You can buy the minutes from us using your Master or Visa credit card.
We have misplaced the moderator code, what should we do now?
If you wish to retrieve your account moderator pin, please send your access code and email id used to sign for the account at firstname.lastname@example.org, we will send you your complete account details to the registered email id with us asap.
Do I use the same no-cost conference telephone number, access code and moderator code that was assigned to me when I signed up for ALL my calls regardless of the date/time?
Yes all the codes as well as the dial in number remain the same for all your calls.
Are no cost conference calls safe?
We use frequently a US based dial in line 1 712 432 3900 access code 6643025. I now got the question. Can you dial into that conference using a European landline number?
Sorry we do not provide a local European number, we provide only one local US dial in number 712 432 3900 located in Iowa USA.
I love your service, but I would like to download a recorded call, and I don’t know how to login. Did I get a login when I signed up?
Please send us your Access code and Moderator pin at email@example.com, we will send you the account login details. Once you login please follow instructions here to access / download the call recordings http://www.nocostconference.com/recording-retrieval-instructions.asp
admin: Please provide us your account Access code and Moderator pin, i will provide the login details.
Rhonda: I just initiated a call with a test person. We both get connected and continue to hear music. It acknowledged I got through the enter pin (my moderator code I presumed) and I still hear only music.
Admin: As you are the only person on the call you hear music as soon as some one joins you on the call the music stops automatically.
If you have unlimited long distance calling free on your plan the call will be free for you. But we suggest you please call your phone carrier and confirm about the same.
The current conference system supports upto 250 callers on a single call, if you wish to have upto 1000 callers on a single call, please sign up for a account with us then send the account access code, moderator pin along with your date & time of the conference call to firstname.lastname@example.org, we will set your account up on the other system & send you the dial in number & instructions.