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Conferencing…On the Go!
February 15, 2011 @ 04:21 AM | By Christina Todisco

It's a situation most of us have experienced—you need to attend a meeting when you are not able to be in a traditional 'office' Intercall-android setting. Whether you're heading to another meeting, don't have access to a landline phone or are called out of the office unexpectedly, you need to join the meeting and need to do it while you’re on the road.

InterCall's Mobile Assistant, a free smartphone application, let’s you do just that by giving you one-touch dialing into your conferences from your mobile phone. This tool stores a virtually unlimited number of conferencing profiles, although let’s hope you’re not having hundreds of meetings or you’ll never get anything done. Having to remember even one conferencing profile is a challenge, so Mobile Assistant lets you set up and store all your meeting details, from the from weekly, recurring meetings to one-time calls. To start or join InterCall audio conference call, you just have to push a single button or tap of the screen. That’s way easier than fumbling for sticky notes or scrolling through emails for the dial-in information.

This week, we’re excited to announce the latest release of Mobile Assistant for Android smartphones. In addition to Android, Mobile Assistant is also available for BlackBerry, iPhone and others

Make joining your on-the-go meetings simple. Download Mobile Assistant now!

Christina TodiscoChristina Todisco is a marketing manager at InterCall and has been in the conferencing industry since 2002. Christina currently provides product marketing support for InterCall’s audio services, reporting and invoice solutions and InterCall Online. When not working, Christina enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter, family and friends.

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Carole Min

How do I find out our international dial-in number?

Jill Huselton

Here's a link with instrctions for finding your international dial-in numbers: http://www.intercall.com/files/ITFS-ITLinstructions-IOL.pdf.

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