Call Collective Relaunches its Two Leading Conference Call Platforms

Call Collective Relaunches its Two Leading Conference Call Platforms

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Leading Manchester-based telecommunications business, Call Collective has today announced the relaunch of its two conference call platforms – free to use WHYPAY? and HD video and web conferencing service, Call.Group.

The relaunch sees the creation of two fresh conference call interfaces with brand new features and rebranded websites which offer improved functionality and user experience.

WHYPAY? will continue to offer genuinely free conference calls to its customers and has introduced a new free web-conferencing feature. 150,000 users enjoyed the benefits of the platform last year, using over 37 million minutes of conference call time for free.

Call.Group is Call Collective’s new white labelled conference call solution for businesses of all sectors and sizes which offers a premium, fully customisable audio and visual conference call experience. The platform provides advanced conferencing features such as HD video streaming, screen sharing, audio and video recording, automatic text transcription and much more.

Kieron James, Managing Director of Call Collective comments; “We are always looking at new technology and ways to improve the user experience and we felt the time was right to reinvest in both of our platforms.

“We’ve seen tremendous growth in demand for both platforms; amongst companies which want a tailor made, advanced conference call solution for their business and similarly those who are seeking a quick and easy way to generate a genuinely free conference call, without getting stung by the often hidden charge of other providers.

“The updates to Call.Group and WHYPAY? are fully optimised to support and enhance this growth and we’re excited to share two of the most useable and advanced interfaces on the market.”

The news comes as the Manchester-based telephone conference provider WHYPAY? announced it saved UK callers a total of £7.6 million in 2017 and was rated as one of the top 10 telecommunications providers on review site Trustpilot with an average customer feedback score of 97 per cent.