After rival JioMeet, Airtel also launched a video conferencing app–Airtel BlueJeans. Airtel tie-up with Verizon-owned BlueJeans to launch video conferencing service in India. It is currently available to the enterprise users.
Like other video conferencing apps, Airtel BlueJeans also offers normal meetings, video conferences, dial-in from the phone, and many other features. Users can access the service from desktop, mobile, and web.
At the moment the service is available for a free trial. Users need to visit the Airtel site to register and avail of the free trial. The trial will be activated after 24-hours of registration.
Airtel claimed that all meetings will be end-to-end encrypted with AES-256 GCM encryption. Additionally, two-factor authentication will be enabled by default for all meetings. All data will be stored locally in the country.
BlueJeans currently operates in more than 180 countries. BlueJeans never disclosed its number but it is estimated that it has over 100 million users worldwide.