Zoom has decided to lift its time limit of 40 minutes so that families and loved ones could hang out together on this year’s thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is one of the special events that hold every year in the United States, but this year’s thanksgiving would be different due to the COVID-19 restrictions.
However, Zoom would allow families to have free meetings on thanksgiving from midnight on November 26 to 6 am on November 27. Zoom reveals that this decision is a way of appreciating their customers.
Normally, the annual packages for Zoom are between $150 to $200. If a host decides to stick with the free option, a meeting can then run for about 40 minutes. If participants decide to chat for a longer time, a new free video call would be started.
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Zoom won’t just be lifting the 40-minute time limit, it would be providing free time limit for people in the United States this Thanksgiving. Therefore, if you have got a friend or family in London or Sydney, you can communicate with them as long as you like this coming Thursday.
Americans have received this news with much joy in their heart since the COVID-19 restrictions will be limiting their visits in this year’s thanksgiving. However, they would be able to spend more time with their loved ones on Zoom.