Please tell me the lead time when adding a zoom license

This post was most recently updated on September 21st, 2022

The lead time for the start of service for additional licenses is 10 business days after receipt of your order.

Purchase from the date of start of use until the expiration date of the license currently in use.

At the time of renewal, it will be renewed with the renewal period being provided.

If you want to buy a license with additional, here please contact Zoom Team.


Frequently Asked Questions

 

Select Account Management, then Billing from the navigation panel. Select Interested in Other Plans from the Current Plan tab. Add the license you wish to purchase to your cart by clicking Add to Cart. You can choose whether to pay monthly or annually for the number of licenses you need.
Licensed users can host unlimited meetings with their paid accounts. For additional capacity, large meeting licenses are available for meetings with more than 100 participants. In addition to the features listed above, licensed users have the option of customizing their own meeting ID.
Meetings can last up to 40 minutes. The account owner or admin must assign you a license if you need to hold meetings longer than 40 minutes. A licensed user is one who has paid for an account and is allowed to host unlimited meetings without being restricted to 40 minutes.
Users license Zoom. It is against our EULA to share your account with others. You will need to purchase a license for your colleague as well.
The web or desktop app are both available for checking if you have Zoom Licensed (paid version). Are you in need of a Zoom license? You may request a license by emailing help@caltech.edu if you currently have a basic license and plan to host meetings longer than 40 minutes.
Licensed. The length of meetings is limited to 40 minutes, and the maximum number of participants is 300. Meetings can be held indefinitely. Features of video conferencing.
Check to see if you have a Zoom Pro account
  1. You can access your Zoom account through the myTC portal.
  2. Under General Technology Resources, click TC Zoom under Student, Faculty, or Employee Resources.
  3. You can access your profile by clicking Profile in your Zoom account.
  4. You have a Zoom Pro account if it says Licensed under User Type.

 

Desktop App
    1. Use Zoom’s desktop client to log in.
    2. You can access your profile by clicking your profile picture (or initials) at the top right of the page.
    3. If you are licensed for Zoom, you will see a pop-up window.

 

Students enrolled in undergraduate, graduate, and professional schools now have free access to licensed Zoom accounts.
Your current plan, billing, and invoice history can be viewed on the Billing page of the Zoom web portal. Subscription and payment information can also be updated.