Zoom Declares Change in Prices for Indian Audience

The American communications technology company has begun providing the plan prices in Indian currency for the Indian customers. With this move, the firm will allow its users to buy their selected paid plans and add-ons for zoom in INR. The company has supported localized pricing in countries including Australia, Canada, Europe, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The California-based firm has established data centers in Mumbai as well as in Hyderabad. In July, the firm has too expanded its footprints in India as it has opened a technology center in Bangalore.

People have to choose India as their “billing” and “sold to” country to begin buying the latest plans and add-ons on Zoom in INR. The application is currently supporting credit cards as the only mode for payment for making purchases in the Indian currency. Furthermore, it is significant to note that Indian currency pricing is primarily accessible for buying plans and add-ons which is meant for Zoom Meetings, Video Webinar, and Rooms. It suggests that people buying any plans for the Zoom Phone service will continue to see the pricing in dollars.


Image from zoom


In terms of plan pricing, the Meetings Pro allows its users host up to one hundred participants along with not limited group meetings which are available at INR 1,300 per month, whereas Zoom Business brings features comprising of up to three hundred participant limit and cloud recording transcripts is provided at INR 1800 per month. Another plan i.e. Zoom Meetings Enterprise gives the window to host up to five hundred participants along with unlimited cloud storage and transcription support is too available at INR 1,800 per month.

India’s head for Zoom has said that its decision to help rupees is strengthened by the trust of its users and they are looking forward to providing improved connected services through zoom. He also said that the country has also remained a key focus market for the application and they will continue to strive to grow as an Indian firm.