FreeConferenceCall.com Opens Santa’s Hotline: Creates the Thrill of a Lifetime for Children This Holiday Season

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FreeConferenceCall.com announces the opening of "Santa's Hotline”, a no-cost international voicemail for children of all ages to leave holiday wishes for the North Pole.

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Creating magical Christmas memories for families around the world is the driving force behind Santa’s Hotline. - David Erickson, CEO, FreeConferenceCall.com

Old-fashioned written letters to Santa are becoming a thing of the past. Parents can now step into the 21st century with an innovative high-tech idea from FreeConferenceCall.com, which is spreading holiday cheer with "Santa's Hotline”.

The call-in line, which opens today, allows millions of children around the world to give their holiday wish lists to Santa so he gets the inside scoop on what to deliver. The hotline is a free number that connects directly to a voicemail box for children of all ages to leave messages for the North Pole. Children can call Santa using numbers in 13 countries outside the United States including France, Sweden and Australia.

“Creating magical Christmas memories for families around the world is the driving force behind Santa’s Hotline,” said David Erickson, CEO and founder of FreeConferenceCall.com and father of three, who came up with the idea when his daughter was young. "Our mission is to make it easier for people to connect, whether it is for a global prayer group, business meeting or coaching strategy session. Santa’s Hotline is a unique way for us to enable more meaningful and memorable communication.”

Callers across the globe can dial in to Santa's Hotline at +1 (605) 781-0000 at no charge to hear the following message:

“Ho! Ho! Ho! Merry Christmas! This is Santa Claus and you have reached my personal hotline. We have been very busy making all the toys to deliver on Christmas morning, and I want you to know that your family loves you very much and so do I. So, be good and don’t forget to always listen to your parents. When you hear the tone please leave me your Christmas gift wish list and holiday cheer. And, remember kids, I know who’s been naughty and who’s been nice. Merry Christmas and I’ll see you soon.”

FreeConferenceCall.com uses a dedicated voicemail line powered by SimpleVoiceBox™, a private, secure and easy-to-use voice mailbox system that allows users to record detailed messages that will be delivered to Santa Claus.

Santa has had the pleasure of hearing a wide variety of holiday wishes, as more than 9 million children call Santa’s Hotline last year alone. This year will be no different. The hot items being requested for delivery this December are: tablets, action figures and, of course, puppies!

“Hearing the thrill in my kids’ voices while leaving Santa Claus a message makes my heart happy,” says Kim H., parent of two and long-time Santa’s Hotline fan. “This is my favorite way to create a little extra Christmas magic for my children.”

Santa’s hotline is now accepting calls.

About FreeConferenceCall.com

FreeConferenceCall.com is the most recognized conferencing brand in the world with users in more than 800,000 businesses, including nearly all Fortune 500. Service offerings around the globe with unlimited use include: high-quality HD audio conferencing, screen sharing, video conferencing, audio and visual recordings, customized greetings, security features, desktop scheduling and mobile applications. Mid-market and enterprise customers can take advantage of FreeConferenceCall.com For Business: high-quality, reliable and secure conferencing and collaboration services complemented by 24/7 customer support, enterprise account management teams, consolidated billing, customized user analytic reports, employee rollout and training and white-label services.

FreeConferenceCall.com was founded by David Erickson in 2001 and is based in Long Beach, California.

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