KnowledgeBase

  • Conference Calling as Part of Green Strategy

    Even if you’re organization isn’t yet committed to the B Corporation status, there’s no doubt that greening your operation has multiple benefits: Reducing overall cost and environmental impact, increasing sustainability, increasing consumer recognition, augmenting marketing reach, the list goes on. One very simple way to save money and green your operation is to encourage and […]

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  • What is happening with the FCC rule?

    As many of you know, there has been a big push, on the part of the big carriers, to squeeze free conference call businesses like NCC out of business by pressuring the FCC into restructuring the rules that govern calling systems like ours. Despite enthusiastic support from our users and fans during the public comment […]

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  • Lost or Forgot Your Password?

    This is possibly the most common inquiry we get from users. It’s the bane of our modern existence, don’t you think? Keeping track of all those passwords for all those different systems we use. Note that for using the basic service there is no password required. You dial the number, and enter the numeric conference […]

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  • How to Schedule a Conference Call

    Scheduling a conference call is a daily or weekly business reality for much of the working world. Nearly everyone shares the same goal of trying to make things simple, and avoiding adding another tool, another login, another process to complete common tasks. No Cost Conference has tried to keep things simple by allowing you to […]

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  • Dealing with Rude and Disruptive Callers

    There are few things more annoying than an uninvited, rude, disruptive guest on a conference call. But it can happen to everyone, even top-flight professional organizations like the NBA’s Portland Trailblazers, who had a problem on a recent call announcing Pau Gasol coming to the team. Hopefully you won’t have this experience on our system, […]

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  • Popular Conference Platforms Compared

    Free Conference Calls, Video Calls, Group Screen Shares, Web Control. So Many Features! Updated July 2019 How to decide what conference platform is for you? With all the conferencing options out there these days, it can be hard to sort through all the marketing blather and figure out which one is the best for your […]

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  • FCC and Big Carriers Putting the Squeeze on Your Free Conference Calls

    Conference call services are under attack. Currently, large long-distance carriers like AT&T and Verizon are petitioning the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to undermine free conference calling services. We estimate the potential cost to consumers and businesses could be as much $80 million annually if they are unable to use their long-distance phone plans to access […]

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  • Setting Up Conference Call Using Outlook Calendar

    Calendar scheduling programs like Outlook are an amazing time saver, and keep us on track in our modern lives. They also make the scheduling of conference calls super easy, providing an easy way to invite everyone via email, and feedback on who will be able to attend. Here’s how to schedule a free conference call […]

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  • 6 Great Ideas for Joining a Conference Call Away from the Office

    It’s a common scenario: You’re in an airport, or a coffee shop, and realize it’s time for your weekly sales team conference call. You’ve got the info you need to dial in and join a conference call, so that’s no problem. But should you really just plug in and start a call in the middle […]

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  • Who is Using No Cost Conference?

    You may be looking at a variety of no- or low- cost conference call providers, and wondering which way to turn. Maybe it helps to know what kind of groups and business operations are using NCC services are part of their regular operations. Below is a list of organizations using No Cost Conference Free Conference […]

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