BT Conferencing Introduces Pricing for Video Bridging Services

Ainsley Jones

BT Conferencing has introduced pricing plans for its video bridging services to help its customers manage their videoconferencing budgets more efficiently, says V3.co.uk. Customers can choose from two options: unlimited assisted and self-service videoconferencing or unlimited videoconferencing using BT's Engage Web interface to schedule and launch videoconferences.

 

The company also announced a new pricing plan for its Global Video Exchange service, which enables customers to hold telepresence meetings across multiple networks. Users can select an allotment of 25, 50, 100 or 250 GVE events per month along with up to five telepresence endpoints per event, Telepresence Options reports.



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