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Top Rated Free and Paid Video Conference and Webinar Services

Skype Video Conferencing
Microsoft Teams Video Conference
General: Skype (Microsoft Teams) 
Free Service. From video and voice chat to instant messaging. Users can host group video calls with up to 25 participants and record them. 
Best for:
Existing Office 365 subscribers or any company looking or a widely-used and robust video conferencing solution.
Pros:
  • Ubiquitous in the business world
  • Up to 25 participants in free group calls
  • 10-language voice translation
  • 60+ languages supported on text translator
Cons:
  • 250-person conferences are locked to those who subscribe to the Office 365 Business plan
  • Skype for Business is retiring in 2021
Google Hangouts Videos
HD video and screen sharing through paid
G Suite account. ($6 per month min. for 25 users)
*Amount of users depends on plan. Paid service.
Best for:
Integrated with G Suite for full sharing of Documents.
Pros:
  • Free for existing G Suite users
  • HD video
  • Screen sharing
  • Document sharing
Cons:
  • G Suite plan required ($6 per month min.)
  • Maximum 100 viewers, depending on plan
Join.Me meeting
General: JoinMe
Free Trial. Easy-to-use video conferencing software solution with numerous features to improve your online meetings. Paid Service.
Best for:
One click scheduling integrated with calendars. Paid versions include white boarding and more 
Pros:
  • Generous free plan
  • Cost-effective, scalable options
  • Displays up to 10 video streams at once
Cons:
  • Whiteboard is only available on iOS devices
  • Lite plan doesn't include webcam feeds
Click Meeting Webinar
General: ClickMeeting
Free Trail. Online meetings and webinars with recording capabilities. Versions include up to 25 participants. More features with other plans.Paid service.
Best for:
Features can grow with your business.
Pros:
  • Easy to use.
  • Free trial
  • Doesn't require credit card to try
Cons:
  • Still utilizes Adobe Flash, which is scheduled for deprecation in 2020
RingCentral communications solutions
General: RingCentral
Free Trail. Low-cost, high-value video conferencing solution. Screen sharing, chat and recording capabilities. Small business and entertprise edition. Paid service.
Best for:
In-office teams that want to be able to join a conference through the landline on their desks.
Pros:
  • Generous free plan
  • Dial-in support for all plans
  • Works on all major platforms
Cons:
  • Only local recordings are offered.
  • No collaboration with outside users.
Adobe Connect Beyond Web Conferencing
General: Adobe Connect 
Free Trail. Feature rich web conferencing software. Customize your virtual room. Excellent collaboration experience. Paid service.
Best for:
Limitless functionality and extensability with custom apps and ad ons.
Pros:
  • Customization 
  • Simple to use
  • Works on all devices
Cons:
  • Very comprehensive
  • Pricey for small businesses
  • Takes time to learn
Amazon Chime Video Meetings
General: Amazon Chime
Free Trial. Web conferencing platform with meeting scheduling, custom meeting links, screen sharing, visual roster, recording, online chat, text messaging and more. Paid service.
Best for:
Small to large business
Pros:
  • Screen sharing
  • Remote desktop controls
  • Chat room
Cons:
  • No open API
  • No multi-language support
  • No operator-assisted meetings
  • No white boarding tool
BlueJeans Meeting Platforms
General: BlueJeans
Free Trail. An excellent service for folks who need to meet, whiteboard, and screen share. Paid service.
Best for:
Good interface with features that will improve the online meeting experience. Integrates with productivity software including Slack, Skype, Trello, Facebook Live and more.
Pros:
  • Quality and feedback statistics
  • Supports browser, desktop, and mobile platforms
  • Hardware for meeting rooms
Cons:
  • No file sharing capabilities
  • No recording for the Me plan
  • Lacks common webinar features
Zoom video conference rooms
General: Zoom
Free and paid plans. Unlimited meetings and video conferencing. Dual screen views.
Best for:
Aps for group sharing group sharing and white boarding.
Pros:
  • Generous free account
  • Competitively priced paid plans
  • Stellar performance
Cons:
  • No toll-free dial-in numbers
Intermedia Anymeeting
Free and paid plans. Video conferencing and webinar solutions for small businesses. 
Best for:
Well-integrated collaboration and file sharing tools. 
Pros:
  • Adds various collaborative and file-sharing features to business-focused video conferencing
  • Solid integration options
Cons:
  • Mobile app needs polish and lacks instructions
Gotomeeting online meetings
General: GoToMeeting
Free Trail. Feature rich webinar tool designed for presentations to many. 
Best for:
Recording and storage for later viewing. 
Pros:
  • Simple user interface.
  • Easy to create meetings.
  • Can use a custom URL to access conference room.
Cons:
  • Lacks advanced meeting options such as polling.
  • Webinar features require getting GoToWebinar.
Zoho Meeting
General: Zoho Meeting
Free Trail. Good for both online meetings and larger presentations. 
Best for:
Scheduling meetings in advance or start them immediately. You also get access to audio, video and screen sharing features, as well as recording if necessary.
Pros:
  • Solid free version
  • Intuitive
  • Offers website meeting embeds
Cons:
  • Lacks customization of attendee information
  • Rudimentary reporting and data capture
  • Bare-bones features compared with some competitors
Cisco Webex
General: Cisco Webex
Free and paid plans. Video conferencing including screen sharing, recording.
Best for:
Any size business, with different levels of services.
Pros:
  • Free plan available
  • Minimal voice and video lag
  • 25 simultaneous video feeds
Cons:
  • "Call Me" plan has additional cost.
  • Only one presenter per license.
Loom video recording
General: Loom
Free and paid plans. Video recording software. Great for creating desktop and webcam videos for later viewing.
Best for:

Sending videos & keeping track of who views them.


Pros:
  • Free plan available
  • Easy Emailing
  • Tracking
  • Viewer notification
Cons:
  • No live feature
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