Airtel BlueJeans is debuting Airtel’s answer to Jio’s newly launched video conferencing app JioMeet. While an official announcement is yet to take place, a listing highlighting the key features of the new offering has surfaced on the Airtel site.
The telco has apparently partnered with Verizon-owned BlueJeans to bring its JioMeet-rival to the Indian market. However, unlike the Jio solution that is available for both enterprises and end customers, Airtel appears to target its new development to enterprise customers initially.
As per the official listing, Airtel BlueJeans is initially available for free trial. Customers need to register on the Airtel site by submitting their details, and the trial will be activated within 24 hours of registration, the operator noted.
Airtel BlueJeans is touted to come with enterprise-grade security, along with features such as real-time meetings analytics and live meeting controls. Users will also get dial-in options started at 50 paise per call, as spotted by OnlyTech.
Airtel is claiming to offer local support alongside a dedicated Command Center for administrators to provide an “enterprise-grade management console” with insights on meeting performance, network conditions, and user-focussed return on investment (RoI).
US telecom giant Verizon acquired BlueJeans Network in April.The Delhi-based operator already has its “Work@Home” plans for enterprise customers under which it is offering tools including Cisco Webex, Google Meet, and Zoom.