Zoom Pricing Adjustments, October 1, 2015 Follow

Zoom will be adjusting the pricing structure effective October 1, 2015. Please see below for more details.

What are the plan adjustments?

All Free, Pro, Business, Education, and API customers will receive increased meeting capacity from 25 to 50 participants. For current Zoom customers, there are no price adjustments within their plan. For new customers who start their plans after October 1, 2015, the prices are as follows:

  • Pro Plan: Package adjustment for per host price to $14.99/month (or $149.9/year) with increased capacity from 25 to 50 participants
  • Business Plan: Package adjustment for per host price to $19.99/month (or $199.9/year) with increased capacity from 25 to 50 participants

When do the price adjustments go into effect?

October 1, 2015.

Will this affect current paying customers?

All current customers will be grandfathered in to their current pricing plan. You can adjust the number of hosts in your plan with no effect before and after October 1. However, if you downgrade or upgrade to a new plan afterSeptember 30, you will be charged at the new rates.

What should I do?

If you’re happy with your current Zoom plan, then just sit tight and for Free, Pro, Business, and Education Plan users, enjoy your new added capacity starting October 1, 2015.

If you’ve been thinking about upgrading your plan, now is the time to act! Contact a sales representative today before our prices adjust: https://zoom.us/contactsales

Why is Zoom adjusting prices now?

We are so grateful to all of our customers for their continued patronage. To serve you better, we have added many features and enhancements our products since we first developed our pricing years ago, including increased capacity, collaboration features, mobility, and integrations. We have decided to modestly increase our prices to better reflect the value we bring to our customers. Our prices are still highly competitive and Zoom is still the best value among all video collaboration solutions on the market today.

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