With the arrival of the New Year, many services provide special facilities to celebrate Eid with their users. Zoom is also intended to remove some of the limitations of the app and allow users to make longer video calls.
Basically, video calls in the zoom app have a time limit of 40 minutes, and when the time is up, users have to make another call. In this regard, the leaders of Zoom have decided to remove the time limit for video calls during three Eids in different religions that will be held until the end of 2020 and the beginning of 2021 in three time periods. The same thing happened last month to celebrate Thanksgiving.
The intervals when the zoom will remove the video call limit are as follows. The start and end times of the periods have been edited in Tehran time.
- 6:30 pm on December 18 to 2:30 pm on December 20
- 6:30 pm January 3 to 2:30 pm December 6
- 6:30 pm January 10 to 2:30 pm January 4
Basically, on such days, family members or friends who are far apart congratulate each other with video calls. However, the prevalence of coronary heart disease and the risk of contracting the COVID-19 virus have led people living close to each other to use video calls to inquire about each other.
The zoom application should also make long-term calls without worrying about the possibility of a definite call. If you are interested in using other services for free, Google also intends to make all calls to the Mate app free until March 31, 2021 (April 11, 1400).