Can you never find your conference call dial-in numbers?
Do you always start a conference call late, because you’re scrambling through piles of paperwork to look for your PIN?
Are you constantly having to check back online to see what function keys are needed to mute or record your conference call?
Then it’s time you got a ConferenceCall.co.uk Wallet Card.
How to get your free Wallet Card
If you already use the ConferenceCall.co.uk service you’ll have a unique PIN and you can go straight to https://www.conferencecall.co.uk/wallet-card fill in your details and your card will be with you in a few days.
In a couple of days you’ll have one of these adorning your wallet.
Tap and go
Conference call Wallet Cards are powered by NFC technology, which means you simply tap your phone against your card – as you would for a contactless payment – and your call can begin.
NFC stands for Near Field Communication, and it’s a way to wirelessly transfer small amounts of data between two devices placed closely together. It’s most commonly used to make contactless payments via cards and smartphones.
In technical terms, NFC is a close range, low power wireless link that has been evolved from radio-frequency identification (RFID).
An NFC chip operates as one part of the wireless link and the small amounts of data are transferred when it’s activated by another chip in another device.
It’s a bit like Bluetooth, but without the need for a passcode or the battery-draining powers.
To find out more, check out our blog What is NFC?