NEWSROOM Offers Free Video and Collaboration Tools in Brazil to Support Coronavirus Response Offers Free Video and Collaboration Tools in Brazil to Support Coronavirus Response
28 July 2020

Users in Brazil can benefit from a robust set of video and collaboration tools with up to 1,000 participants and an unlimited number of free calls.

RIO DE JANEIRO, July 14, 2020 -, one of the most recognized conference and collaboration brands in the world, eliminated all payment barriers for users in Brazil in order to help fight the Coronavirus. Users in Brazil can access the full set of video conferencing features completely for free. Free video and collaboration tools allow users across the country to meet, work and stay connected during this challenging period.

Free Video Call Tools for Companies, Students and Communities

Companies, students, communities and anyone concerned about traveling or prevented from doing so, can benefit from unlimited international audio conferencing with local dialing numbers in more than 75 markets. Unlimited video conferencing is also available free of charge, with up to 1,000 participants per conference and with access to screen sharing and drawing tools.

“At, we continue to respond to the coronavirus outbreak. We want to ensure that users across Brazil can minimize the impact this has on their daily lives. By eliminating payment barriers for video and collaboration tools, more people across the country can access critical communications at no cost, ”said Dave Erickson, president, CEO and founder of "Companies can be sure that remote workers can stay connected, students can collaborate with their colleagues and family members can keep in touch for free."

Join Free is one of the largest conference providers in the world based on the volume of minutes and has provided free audio conferencing services for almost two decades. Offers free audio conferencing services online and via mobile apps for Android, iPhone and iPad.

“We believe that free communication services have a positive social impact. When we saw an increase in usage in our global presence as the Coronavirus spread, we looked at what we could do to help more people. Offering free video and collaboration tools in Brazil is one of the ways we can contribute and use our technology and services to benefit companies, communities, religious groups and a wide range of unique users, ”said Erickson. operates a Pay-What-You-Can model with a local presence in more than 75 countries worldwide. Updates can be added for a minimal fee, including toll-free numbers, personalized greetings, personalized music on hold, extra storage and the use of One Number to remove the need for access codes for US participants.