Jio Joins Videoconferencing ring with JioMeet to tackle Zoom, Teams, Google Meet

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In order to compete with the Zoom, Teams and Google Meet, Jio has started its own video conference platform, JioMeet.

The new video conferencing platform enables users to make unlimited calls in 720p resolution, with up to 100 attendees at a time.

Jio Platforms has more than 388 million subscribers and is the holding company of Indian telco Reliance Jio.

JioMeet can also hold up to 24 hours for all calls. In comparison, Google Meet offers all users the option of hosting calls for a period of twenty-four hours through September 30. However, these calls for free users will be limited to 60 minutes after this date.

JioMeet does not currently have any payment schemes so that both individual and business users can use the same features.

Other JioMeet features include allowing hosts to keep a meeting open even when they left, protecting meetings with passwords, screen sharing, scheduled meetings, and waiting rooms to make sure that participants cannot enter a meeting without permission.

JioMeet can be used on browsers like Chrome and Firefox and can be added to Outlook using a plugin. It is also available on macOS, Windows, iOS, and Android as a standalone application.

Jio Platforms added the platform to be used for video conferencing on laptops, desktops, and mobile devices, along with other legacy video devices.

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