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Cloud Communications and Computing Delivers Foneo Meetings

September 11, 2017
By Paula Bernier - Executive Editor, TMC

Cloud Communications and Computing Corp. is promoting an online conferencing service called Foneo Meetings. This solution features collaboration tools and HD video quality. It’s offered via both freemium and subscription-based packages.

Interested parties can access the software to get started at

The free, basic version supports up to three participants with unlimited meetings. Those meetings, however, are limited to up to 40 minutes each.

The premium version of this solution is called Foneo Pro and retails for $14.99 a month. It can support up to 100 participants per meeting and these meetings have no time limit with this offering.

SpringBok is among the users of Foneo Meeting. The digital marketing agency employs Foneo Meetings across its offices in three countries to allow for improved


“Our main goal is to provide advanced and affordable communications solutions to individuals, other VoIP players and companies worldwide while transgressing boundaries and artificial barriers. In other terms, we aim to reach everyone on the cloud and giving them the possibility to communicate easily and inexpensively while using our Software as a Service (SaaS (News - Alert)) platform on the Cloud.”

Cloud Communications and Computing Corp. is a global unified-communications-as-a-service and VoIP company founded in 2011. Its other offerings include CallBox, a wholesale VoIP termination service; DialNeo, a white label mobile VoIP, billing, and switching service; and SoftCall, which delivers free or low-cost international calls using a smartphone app or landlines.

More companies are migrating from premises-based to cloud-based business communications solutions. The cloud enables users to pay as they go and focus on their core competencies as opposed to managing voice and unified communications gear. Global Market Insights says the overall UC market is poised to reach $96 billion by 2023. And it notes the expected proliferation of hosted products in this category. 

Edited by Mandi Nowitz

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