The BlueJeans Basic plan doesn’t have time constraints for meetings and aims to rival Zoom.
Story by Kourtnee Jackson, CNET
While Zoom has become ubiquitous for virtual meetings, Verizon’s rollout of a free subscription for its videoconferencing tool seeks to edge out the competition. On Wednesday, Verizon announced the launch of BlueJeans Basic, a new plan that grants users unlimited free meetings without any time cutoffs.
Up to 25 attendees are allowed in meetings, and no credit cards are required to sign up for the free version. In addition to being paywall-free, the BlueJeans Basic subscription includes features such as spatial audio, HD video, breakout sessions and calendar integrations. It’s available for desktop and mobile users.