Today’s global launch of Calltrunk for Skype is a direct result of the many thousands of queries we received. It is a very important first step towards making the full power of our platform available to people everywhere.
(PRWEB UK) 14 March 2012
The world's first cloud-powered anyphone-anywhere call recording service is going global.
Today’s announcement means that users throughout the world can capture and store their Skype voice conversations in the cloud and manage them through Calltrunk’s call management portal.
The service is particularly useful for individuals and businesses that depend on Skype for their international communications. Combined with Skype’s ability to make and receive calls from the telephone network, Calltrunk for Skype provides an end-to-end call recording and management solution.
New users to the service can sign up for a free 30-minute trial by visiting http://www.calltrunk.com/ww/en. Thereafter, the service will cost US$5 per month, for unlimited use for Skype recording.
The service requires no downloads, installations or plug-ins. Users simply add the Calltrunk Robot, to their contact list and bring it into a Skype call, in exactly the same way that they would add another caller. The Robot then takes care of the rest - recording the call and then sending it to be stored in the user’s private and secure online ‘Trunk’.
Skype recordings can be accessed from any internet-connected device by logging into Calltrunk online. Users can make call notes, order transcripts of the call, share recordings, or even send them to other cloud-based services in Calltrunk’s eco-system such as Evernote, Box, Dropbox and SugarCRM.
In addition to Skype and landline recording, the Calltrunk platform allows for iPhone recording, blackberry recording and Android recording.
Paul Murphy, co-founder of Calltrunk comments: “Until now, the Calltrunk service was only available in the US, UK, and Australia. Since we introduced the first version of the service, people throughout the world have asked when it would be available in their country. Today’s global launch of Calltrunk for Skype is a direct result of the many thousands of queries we received. It is a very important first step towards making the full power of our platform available to people everywhere.”
Calltrunk is an independent, privately held company, headquartered in London with offices in Dallas, TX and Montreal, Canada. Calltrunk launched the world’s first cloud-powered anyphone-anywhere call recording service in 2011 and has since established a track record for innovating in this sector. Previously, it has launched a range of features including smartphone apps, a cloud-based call transcription service and an ‘On Demand’ service, allowing users to use their phone as a cloud-connected voice recording device.
After a 30 minute free trial users can sign up to a $5 per month plan which allows them to record unlimited minutes.
The legal requirements for notification of recording your own calls:
Call recording is legal in most the world. The specific requirements for notification vary from country to country and state to state. Users are strongly encouraged to check their local laws before using the service.