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TMCNet:  Presidential Campaigns Utilize Minutes During 2012 Campaign

[December 17, 2012]

Presidential Campaigns Utilize Minutes During 2012 Campaign

Dec 17, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- announced it received a vote of confidence from both Presidential campaigns in 2012: it was used by both for millions of minutes in conference calls.

According to a release,, a privately owned conferencing provider, has revolutionized conference calling with a reservationless conferencing service that is used by over 20 million callers around the world each month.

Dave Erickson, Founder and CEO of, said, "Everyday, we strive to provide our loyal customers with the highest quality and dependable conference calling service in the world. It is extremely gratifying to know that for the second election in a row (2008 and 2012), both the Democratic and Republican Presidential Nominees turned to our reliable services to communicate throughout their national campaigns." President Obama's campaign used over 1,000 accounts, accounting for millions of conferencing minutes. Governor Romney's campaign also had multiple accounts and totaled considerable minutes of conference calls, although far less than the Obama campaign. provides consumers with domestic and international conferencing services for the cost of a regular domestic phone call. Businesses and consumers are saving millions of dollars on conferencing fees every year by using free conferencing services. Features of the service include: -Conference calling for the price of a regular domestic call or optional low-cost toll free conferencing -Ability to conference without a reservation for up to 96 callers (up to 6 hours) on one call at no additional cost -Conference call recording, playback and download features - all for free -The ability to distribute, archive or send recordings for free to listeners via RSS and podcast -A free call detail report sent via email after every call -A dedicated phone number and access code ((Comments on this story may be sent to

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