Zoom has started to offer plan prices in rupees for Indian customers. With the new move, Zoom users in the country will be able to purchase accessories for their preferred paid plans and video conferencing applications for Rs. Zoom previously supported localized pricing in Australia, Canada, Europe, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The San Jose, California-based company already has data centers in Mumbai and Hyderabad, as well as offices in Mumbai. In July, the company also expanded its business in the country by opening a technology center in Bangalore.
Users need to select India as their “billing” and “sell to” country/region before they can start buying new plans and add-ons on Zoom in rupee. The app currently supports credit cards as the only payment method for purchases in local currency. Also, it’s important to note that Rs. pricing is initially available for purchase plans and accessories for Zoom Meetings, Zoom Video webinars, and Zoom Room. This means that users who have purchased any plan for the Zoom Phone service will continue to see USD pricing.
In terms of plan pricing, Zoom Meetings Pro is priced at Rs, allowing users to accommodate up to 100 attendees and unlimited group meetings. It costs 1,300 rupees a month, while Zoom Business offers a monthly fee of 300 rupees. The features that this feature brings include a limit of up to 300 participants and cloud record transcripts. The 1800 Zoom Meetings Enterprise plan can also provide windows, which can accommodate up to 500 attendees, and provide unlimited cloud storage and transcription support at a price of Rs. 1,800 per month. In contrast, the Pro plan is priced at US$14.99 (approximately Rs 1,100) per month in the United States, while the monthly price of the commercial and enterprise plans is US$19.99 (approximately Rs 1,460).
“Our decision to support the Indian currency is supported by the trust of our customers. We look forward to providing better and more closely connected services through our platform. India is still Zoom’s main focus market, and we will continue to work hard to develop into an Indian company. “Zoom India head Sameer Raje said in a prepared statement.
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