SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- UberConference announced today that it has expanded its visual conference calling service to Canada, offering UberConference Pro users local area codes for their accounts. Canada represents over 10% of UberConference international signups and is the second largest international market for the company.
"Many of our Canadian customers have replaced their conference calling and screen sharing services with UberConference, and have expressed great interest in local numbers," said UberConference CEO and co-founder, Craig Walker. "Now, they have a fully featured conferencing tool, complete with screen sharing and document sharing, and can look that much more professional with Canadian area codes attached to their designated UberConference lines."
Canadian UberConference Pro users will now be able to sign up with local area codes from 15 major cities, to include:
With local dial-in numbers for over 40 countries, UberConference is used worldwide. International users also have the option to join an UberConference call through their Chrome browser for free -- all that's needed is an internet connection.
UberConference fixes all the broken and outdated aspects of traditional conference calling, making it a more productive business tool, and transforming an industry that hasn't seen real innovation in decades. UberConference gives a visual interface to every conference call so callers know who's on a call and who's speaking at any time, in addition to making many other features, such as Screen Sharing and Google Hangouts integration, easy-to-use with the click of a button. Built by the teams that brought Google Voice and Yahoo! Voice to tens of millions of users, UberConference launched in 2012 and is funded by Andreessen Horowitz and Google Ventures. The company was named one of the San Francisco Business Times' "Best Places to Work" in 2014. Learn more.