Zip Conferencing

Zip Conferencing

Zip Conferencing is a Telecommunications Service Provider that specializes in conference call services. The services include Automated Conference calls, Audio Conference calls, Operator Assisted Conference calls, and Web conferencing services. The company is based out of Flemington New Jersey and has been operating since 2009.

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HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
2009
Employees
10
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