Does anyone have experience with pricing/structure for Zoom Phone? It seems like Zoom Phone is essentially a standalone product as long as you have at least one paid Zoom host subscription. I'm gleaning this from the pricing page below the fold under Modern Cloud Phone Solution.
You must have at least one paid licensed host.
Am I reading this correctly? I guess it should be true since some businesses have more phone users than videoconference hosts, but I'd like to hear from others if you have any experience with this.
Yea, so they do require at least one paid meetings user and its $15/user/mo, but I just moved away from them as theres zero innovation around CRM integrations or how people work these days.
In Capiche's Zoom pricing stories, a few people referenced paying for Zoom Phone. One had mentioned paying for 10 business meeting accounts, and 11 phone licenses, the latter averaging to $15/phone/month—so it seems like you need at least a paid Zoom account first, but can purchase more phone lines than your total number of paid Zoom video call accounts. Another user, though, mentioned that their sales rep told them you had to spend at least $100/mo to use Zoom Phone—though they downgraded to paying less than $100 and were still able to use Zoom Phone. They also seem to like Zoom Phone, saying "We also use their phone which is phenomenal and only $15/user unlimited US and CA," so presumably from that the core phone offering itself works well, at least.
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