Zoom has started offering plan prices for customers in India in rupees. With the new move, zoom users in the country will be able to purchase their favorite payment plan and add-ons for video conferencing apps for Rs. Zoom previously supported local pricing in regions including Australia, Canada, Europe, Japan, UK and the US. The San Jose, California-based company already has offices in Mumbai and Hyderabad, and in Mumbai. In July, the company expanded its footprint in the country by opening a technology center in Bengaluru.

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Users have to choose India as their “Billing” and “Sold” to start purchasing new plans and add Rs on Zoom. The app currently supports credit cards as the only payment mode for making purchases in local currency. In addition, it is important to note that rupee pricing is available initially for zoom pricing, zoom video webinars, and zoom room for planning and add-ons. This means that users purchasing any plan for the zoom phone service will continue to see US dollar pricing.

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In terms of plan pricing, Zoom Meetings Pro which lets users host up to 100 participants with unlimited group meetings, Rs. Available at 1,300 per month, while the zoom business which features up to 300 participants limit and offers cloud recording tapes at a monthly fee of Rs. 1,800. Zoom Meetings Enterprise plan which gives a window to host 500 participants with unlimited cloud storage and also transcription assistance of Rs. Available at 1,800 a month. In comparison, the Pro plan with US pricing is available at $ 14.99 (about Rs 1,100) per month, while both the business and enterprise plans are priced at $ 19.99 (about Rs 1,460) per month.

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“Our decision to support Indian currency is reinforced by the confidence of our customers and we look forward to providing better and more connected services through our platform. India remains a key focus market for Zoom and we will continue to strive to grow as an Indian company, ”Sameer Raje, India Head, Zoom, said in a prepared statement.

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