Reliance Announces JioMeet with Video Calls up to 100 Users

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Reliance Announces JioMeet with Video Calls up to 100 Users. Social Distancing is the only way to stay safe during this coronavirus pandemic, but all of us also want to stay connected with our families, loved ones, friends, relatives, known ones, etc. and technology is the only option for us to stay in touch and updated.

Reliance Announces JioMeet

Reliance Announces JioMeet

Jio Meet is a platform which has much uniqueness- it actually has an ability to work on any device, any operating system, and it has an ability to do a complete collaboration

Pankaj Pawar, senior VP, Reliance Jio Infocomm

JioMeet supports only up to five participants for free users, and up to 100 users on the business plan. It allows email and OTP-based logins for meeting hosts, while guests can join through a simple conferencing link. Users can even join meetings through a Chrome browser.

Unlike WhatsApp’s end-to-end encrypted video calls, JioMeet uses SSL 128-bit encryption to ensure the security of your calls. This means your calls are encrypted in transit. JioMeet brings a Conference History feature in tow as well. You can view and listen to old video calls if needed. All meetings are PIN protected, the company mentions on its FAQ page.


  • Video & audio-conferencing tool
  • Host conferences with people outside your office
  • Create & modify conference groups
  • Join from any device – mobile, tablet or laptop
  • WebRTC support – Works from any browser

How to Use JioMeet?

It is quite simple to use new JioMeet. Start by installing the JioMeet app from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store. JioMeet uses your mobile number to verify if your information is accurate and up to date. Continue signing to JioMeet with the” Sign-in with OTP” option. Select the option and proceed further.

Use Group Call

Step 1: Open the JioMeet app > Go to “Contacts” and select one of your contacts to make a video call. You can now add participants one-by-one, by tapping on the group icon on the right corner of the screen.
Step 2:  Select the other contacts you want to be added to the conference call.


Step 1: Open the JioMeet app > Go to “Contacts” and select the “Groups” option below.
Step 2: Tap the “+” button to create groups.
Step 3: Select multiple contacts to create a group and tap “Next”.
Step 4: Enter the “Group Name” and tap on the “Create Group” button.

Reliance Announces JioMeet

Final Verdict

We already have seen a bunch of video conferencing applications like Messenger Rooms, Google Meets, and Microsoft Team. Now we must see that will it going to survive with the paid plan while all its competitors are giving away all the features free of cost.

Feel free to contact us if you need any other information or if we have missed any data.

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Shekhar Vaidya
Shekhar Vaidya
Shekhar Vaidya is a Blogger, a Web Developer, a CSE UG and a learner who’s learning about CS and programming. Being an introvert, he loves to write tech content instead of discussing it with others in an open stage. If he isn't writing about tech or programming, then most probably you will find him sleeping.

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