Jio launched JioMeet: Locking horns with Zoom, GoogleMeet

Jio backed by India’s richest man, Mukesh Ambani is ready to enter the Video Conferencing business. On 2nd July evening, JioMeet was formally launched that looked pretty much similar to Zoom platform.
JioMeet offers unlimited number of free calls in high definition (720p) to users and supports as many as 100 participants on a call. But interestingly, it appears to not impose a short time limit on a call’s duration. Jio Platforms says a free call can be uninterrupted for “up to 24 hours” long. The service currently has no paid plans and it’s unclear if Jio Platforms, which has a reputation of giving away services for free for years, plans to change that.

JioMeet is available for use through Chrome and Firefox browsers on desktop, as well as has standalone apps for macOS, Windows, iOS, and Android. It also has an Outlook plugin.

This launch will be beneficial to people in India considering most of the people are now working from home and requires platforms to conduct voice and video conferencing and to stay in touch with colleagues and friends.

By LTR Admin

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