Reliance Jio yesterday opened its video conferencing platform, JioMeet, for all users in India. The homegrown service was so far on a trial phase, and required invitation codes to work.

This brings it head to head with all of these services in terms of the features on offer, which is right up there with global offerings.To match the features on offer by Zoom, Google Meet, Skype and others, JioMeet will allow video conferencing with up to 100 participants.

It further includes the option for participants to share screens, therefore allowing live sharing of content across computers. JioMeet will further allow participants to instantly join calls directly from their web browsers.

Additionally, JioMeet promises encryption and security for every video conference, therefore enabling complete privacy and data protection for its users. JioMeet is now available on the Apple App Store, Google Play Store, Windows, macOS and also as a web service.

Reliance Jio took the Indian telecom market by storm, drastically reducing data and telephony costs by offering Indian citizen 4G data and unlimited calling at incomparable prices.JioMeet will further allow participants to instantly join calls directly from their web browsers.

Jio then followed this up with robust network coverage and excellent customer support, to give users a truly global network experience.Reliance Jio has also expanded as a technology platform that is today leading India’s digital revolution for the next billion.


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