Airtel’s BlueJeans competing with Zoom, JioMeet, and Microsoft Teams.


Recently, Jio disclosed the video conferencing app in India which is called by the name of JioMeet. the JioMeet app was an alternative option of most popular video meeting apps such as zoom. now, Airtel is taking on his new conferencing app named bluejeans. Airtel has collaborated with Verizon orderly to bring this Airtel’s bluejeans app of video conferencing in India.

Airtel’s BlueJeans will head-on against the other video conferencing apps such as Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, JioMeet, and many more. the apps like these are now more flourishing just because of doing work from home which is currently in the role. because of the pandemic going on, students are also studying from their homes. nearly each and every person is making use of such apps.

In keeping with the official declaration, the bluejeans app of airtel will be at hand for free for the first three months. to use this app, you can register on the website of airtel India by giving the details. the period of the trial will start within 24 hours of registration. while users can choose to go directly at the BlueJeans app, but they will pass something up on features that are bunched by Airtel.

Yet Airtel has not allowed the price of the subscriptions of the video conferencing app. though, the telecom operator famed that these prices will be really ruthless.

Gopal Vittal, CEO, Bharti Airtel, said in a statement, “The pricing will be segmented at three levels, for large enterprises, medium enterprises, and for really tiny companies, which will be bundled with existing broadband and Internet plans”

As stated by Airtel, the BlueJeans app will have a center of attention at enterprise users and therefore it will come with enterprise-grade security, features like real-time meeting analytics and live meeting controls. aside from that, the users will also have to dial – in using options which are staring at just for 50 paise/call.

Well in order to make things even more secure, the BlueJeans app will use AES-256 GCM encryption for all video, audio, and content transmission. aside from this, the advantage of the two-step authentication will be taken by the meetings.

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