India’s largest telecommunications network announces JioMeet to compete with Zoom and Google Meet

Reliance Jio, India’s largest telecommunications network, announced the launch of JioMeet on Friday. JioMeet is an online video conferencing solution that will compete with the likes of Zoom, Google Meet and Microsoft Teams. The JioMeet experience looks a lot like Zoom. It will also support up to 100 participants for free account users. Unlike Zoom’s 40-minute limit, JioMeet users can enjoy up to 24 hours of uninterrupted meetings. At the same time, JioMeet users will be able to log on to five devices at the same time, allowing them to switch between different devices during the meeting.

India's largest telecommunications network announces JioMeet to compete with Zoom and Google Meet

Features of JioMeet:

Easily register using your mobile phone number or email ID;

High-definition audio and video quality meetings;

Create an instant meeting and start inviting friends;

Schedule the meeting in advance and share the details with the invitee;

Active speaker view layout;

Unlimited meetings per day;

Each meeting can be held uninterrupted for up to 24 hours;

Every meeting is password protected;

Hosts can enable “waiting rooms” to ensure that no participants join without permission;

Create a group and start a call/chat at the touch of a button;

Share the screen and start working together;

Use “safe driving mode” while driving;

Use JioMeet on Android, Windows, iOS, Mac, SIP/H.323 systems;

Multi-device login, support up to 5 devices;

In a call, you can seamlessly switch from one device to another.