Free Conferencing For Houston/Galveston

Share Article

AccuConference announced today that it will offer free conferencing (up to 5,000 minutes) this week to customers based in the Houston or Galveston area. Free minutes can be used for their audio and web conferencing services.

In light of recent hardships along the Texas coast, we are just trying to do what we can to assist businesses and individuals. Our hope is that new customers will find great benefit to this offer -- to help meet their business needs in spite of this horrific tragedy

AccuConference announced today that it will offer free conferencing (up to 5,000 minutes) this week to customers based in the Houston or Galveston area. Free minutes can be used for their audio and web conferencing services.

"In light of recent hardships along the Texas coast, we are just trying to do what we can to assist businesses and individuals. Our hope is that new customers will find great benefit to this offer -- to help meet their business needs in spite of this horrific tragedy," said David Byrd, Vice President of Operations.

Customers can call 1.800.977.4607 or sign-up online at http://www.accuconference.com. New established accounts based in Houston, TX or Galveston, TX will receive one week of free audio and web conferencing, up to 5,000 minutes.

About AccuConference
AccuConference began in 2002 with the philosophy of offering the lowest rates up front. The No Games/No Hassles approach was and still is a success. Starting from the ground up, the entire AccuConference platform was built to ensure the highest quality and most features while maintaining competitive pricing. Always offering the best price up front, AccuConference follows the No Games/No Hassles approach to business. Whether you are part of a large company or a small-business owner, AccuConference always offers the lowest rate with the best quality and features.

For more information please contact David Byrd at accuinfo @ accuconference.com or call 1.800.977.46907.

###

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

David Byrd
Visit website