Reliance JioMeet to offer an unlimited free session to compete with ZOOM

Subsequent to raising billions of dollars from any semblance of Facebook and Intel for its online business, Mr. Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries has propelled JioMeet video conferencing application with boundless free calling that is being viewed as to compete with Zoom.

The JioMeet video-conferencing application has been accessible across Android, iOS, Windows, macOS, and the web since Thursday evening after beta testing.

As indicated by the organization site, JioMeet underpins HD sound and video call quality with up to 100 members and offers highlights like screen sharing, meeting plan highlight, and that’s just the beginning.

Be that as it may, in contrast to Zoom, it doesn’t force a 40-minute time limit. Calls can continue for up to 24 hours, and all gatherings are encoded and secret key secured, the organization said.

While Zoom charges $15 every month charge for gatherings of over 40 minutes ($180 on yearly premise), JioMeet is giving a similar usefulness and all the more liberated from cost, converting into Rs 13,500 reserve funds for a host for every year, organization sources said.

As indicated by application highlights recorded on Google Play Store, JioMeet offers simple sign up with either versatile number or email ID and permits formation of moment meeting.

The gathering in HD sound and video quality can be planned for advance and subtleties are imparted to invitees, it stated, including JioMeet permits boundless gatherings every day with each gathering going continuous for as long as 24 hours.

Each gathering is secret word secured and the host can empower ‘Lounge area’ to guarantee no member joins without authorization. It additionally permits formation of gatherings and beginning calls/talks on a solitary snap.