‘Ahoy' telephones! We wouldn’t exist if Alexander Graham Bell hadn’t invented the telephone.
The first phone book came out with only 20 pages. Not many people to conference call with then eh?
Imagine a day when having push buttons on your telephone was revolutionary. It was in November 1963 for Bell Systems anyway.
The dark age is over and mobile phones are available to buy, that is if you had $4000 (£600 today) to spare.
People gathered from far and wide to watch comedian Ernie Wise make the first public mobile phone call in London.
Powwownow is born! No need to book meeting rooms or sort out billing any longer.
Seeing is believing! We launched Web Conferencing so our customers could show their participants what they’re talking about.
We set the record for the longest threeway conference call at 24 hours long (though some meetings definitely feel that long).
Video Conferencing arrives! Now you can see all the smiling faces of your conference call participants.
Some of our customers were having meetings so big that we launched Event Conferencing to help them run smoothly.
We were bought by PGi who have helped us to offer our customers the best conferencing software on the market.
iMeet launches in the UK offering our customers an all-in-one meeting space for their conferences.
Powwownow's very own webcasting platform to help you run your large scale presentations online.
Free Screen Sharing to help users clearly and simply see what each other are talking about.
Until everyone in the world can have a low-cost conference call at a moment’s notice, there’s no rest for us.
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