Posted in: News, Video Conferencing by Chris Tew on May 2, 2007

Skype Video CallIf you want to make video calls over the internet to keep in touch with friends, or even for basic video conferencing then there are 3 applications that can provide you with free video calls.

SightSpeed

SightSpeed offers free voice and video calling over the internet. It allows you to keep in touch with friends, family and business acquaintances via online video chat. You can also chat with random people in the SightSpeed community. The software also comes with a free internet TV browser. The premium product also allows multi-part video conferencing.

Click here to learn more about SightSpeed

Skype & Festoon

Skype is the leading software for voice calls and recently it added video calling into the mix. As ever the Skype system is very simple and easy to use, and if you have a WebCam you can crack on with video calling.

Skype can also be used in conjunction with Festoon to offer free basic video conferencing for up to 200 people.

Click here to download Skype

Paltalk

PalTalk advertises itself as being a free video chat community rather than a platform for making video calls, although it equally works well as both.

PalTalk boasts the largest chat community with over 4 million users and allows video conferencing with up to 10 people. It features a variety of online video communities with a variety of video chat rooms on an assortment of topics.

Click here to download PalTalk

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