Gaboogie conferences phone participants

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Conference calls are not complex to set, but its process is cumbersome. That’s how Gaboogie decided to reinvent it, or at least simplify it. Instead of remembering dial-in numbers or PINs, a Gaboogie teleconference is set in two little steps.

The first one is the conference setting, made within a few clicks. The second one is the most interesting one. Gaboogie automatically calls all the participants — even the moderator — on their cell and landline phone. Each of them is authenticated by their email and becomes a member at their first login session.

Founded by VoIP veteran Erik Lagerway (founder of SIP softphone concern XTen, now known as CounterPath) and Daniel Gibbons, Gaboogie isn’t a free service. Prices start at $30 for 250 “Gaboogie minutes”. At the highest plan, $500 for 10,000 minutes, the price rate of a call averages Skype’s rates, around $0.017 for a call to landline phone and about $0.2 a minute to a mobile phone.

May 9, 2007 | By Nuno

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