Bharti Airtel has introduced its video conferencing app BlueJeans in India to compete with Reliance Jio’s video conferencing app JioMeet. For this, Airtel has partnered with American telecom company Verizon.
The difference between Jiomeet and BlueJeans is that Jiomeet is for both enterprises and general users, while BlueJeans is currently only for enterprises. Airtel BlueJeans competes with Jiomeet, Zoom, Cisco Webex, Google Meet, and Microsoft in India.
Airtel BlueJeans will be free for the first three months, after which money will have to be paid. To avail of this service, customJiomeetthe website. After the free service, the company claims that it will charge the customers according to the market, although the subscription fees have not been disclosed.
Talk about the features of Airtel BlueJeans, it will get real-time meeting analytics. Apart from this, live meeting control will also be available. Users will also get dial-in feature in Airtel BlueJeans which will have to pay 50 paise per call.
It may consist of 150 presenters and 50,000 attendees simultaneously. It can be accessed through a web browser and mobile. 100 percent of claims have been made about security.