On Tuesday, Microsoft rolled out a new premium subscription for its video conferencing platform, i.e., Microsoft Teams Rooms.
The company has now introduced two plans, Microsoft Teams Rooms Basic and Microsoft Teams Rooms Pro. Microsoft’s basic plan will be free, whereas the Pro plan will be subscription based.
Microsoft’s VP Nicole Herskowitz announced, “Teams Rooms Pro is a new offer[ing] that brings together the value of our existing Teams Rooms features, innovations, and the Teams Rooms managed service platform—all in one license. Teams Rooms Pro simplifies the purchasing process for our customers and delivers the collective benefits of our advancements in hybrid meeting experiences and device management.”
Microsoft’s Teams Rooms is crafted to suffice the demands of the hybrid workplace environment. Microsoft’s diligent combination of software, services, and hardware products allows businesses to leverage Microsoft’s features and convert their room into a meeting with in-person and remote participants.
As we said before, the change will allow Microsoft two versions of the service, i.e., Microsoft Teams Rooms Basic and Microsoft Teams Rooms Pro.
The Basic version will be offered as a free service targeting small businesses. Additionally, customers who buy Teams Rooms devices after September 1, 2022, can avail of up to 25 Microsoft Team Rooms Basic licenses.
Meanwhile, the Microsoft Teams Rooms Pro plan will come with a monthly subscription of $40 per user. The plan will come with a plethora of features including intelligent audio and video that combines audio and video from Teams certified devices while eliminating noise suppression, front row and advanced camera capabilities with AI giving a feel like they are in a room and several other security features.
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