Zoom Video Communications said on Tuesday that it launched a hardware subscription service, seeking to make its teleconferencing app more accessible to users by allowing them to choose subscription options for phones and meeting rooms.
Zoom phones are priced at $ 5.99 (approx. Rs. 440) and $ 60 (approx. Rs. 4,490) per month, depending on the device users choose, while hardware services cost $ 75 for the zoom room. It is (About Rs. 5,700) to $ 200 (roughly Rs. 14,950) per month, according to the company’s website.
Zoom has partnered with third-party hardware manufacturers such as DTEN, Neat, Poly and Yelink for phones and meeting room devices.
The company’s teleconferencing platform, which has seen an increase in users as the COVID-19 epidemic forced millions of people worldwide to live, has faced backlash over privacy and security issues, prompting it to undergo major upgrades has been done.
Zoom said it launched about a week after significant progress in a transparency report detailing information related to requests for data, records, or content received, saying the report would be out later this year.