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RIM Q4 financial results via live conference call

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Research in Motion will be reporting results for the fourth quarter and fiscal 2009 year-end on April 2, 2009 after the close of the market. The results will be announced on a live conference call webcast beginning at 5pm EST. You can listend to the results by dialing in to 800-733-7571 or by logging on here. A replay of the conference call will also be available at approximately 7 pm by dialing 416-640-1917 and entering passcode 21252988#. This replay will be available until midnight ET April 16, 2009.

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Free conference calling and voice broadcast for BlackBerry

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Ifbyphone is an app that provides conference calling and voice-broadcast messaging combined in a free download – enhancing the functionality of your BlackBerry.

The Ifbyphone application utilizes BlackBerry users’ existing contacts lists, allowing users to create groups of contacts for conference calls or voice-broadcast messages. Ifbyphone will provide the first 100 minutes of use per month free to users of the application.

Ifbyphone intends to make its BlackBerry application available at RIM’s App World when it opens this spring.
Click through to learn more about this conference calling and voice broadcast app

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Professional conference call software for your BlackBerry

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If you’re anything like me, you spend at least an hour a day on a conference call to prepare your team for the next seven hours of conference calls you will be attending before you can call it a day. Fairly often I find myself getting a meeting request for some emergency in the middle of lunch or on the road away from my computer screen. This leads to switching back and forth between the phone app and my calendar/email trying to remember the pin code. Even if I’m sitting at my desk though, I find glancing between a screen and my keypad while “dialing in” to get old.
 
And then I found EZConCall from developer HandiTrack.
 
EZConCall integrates itself into the main menu in your calendar and email. All you have to do is set your curser over the number to dial, and hit the menu button.

After selecting EZConCall from the menu, you get the pop-up box that lets you either place the call by selecting your default profile, choose a different profile you’ve set up, or choose the code from anywhere else in the “Location” field.
Continue reading a full review of EZConCall for BlackBerry

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