Maximum 50 concurrent meetings

Hi, we are trying to allow our app’s users to freely create a Zoom meeting and have a talk with each other.
The users might talk longer than 40 minutes or invite people to do a group chat.
We don’t want to require our users to buy a Pro or higher plan on Zoom.
Thus, we are thinking of buying many Pro accounts ourselves and create many Zoom meetings with these accounts in advance. Then, whenever a user creates a meeting on our service, we will guide him/her to one of the Zoom meetings that we already created with the Pro accounts we have.

There might be a maximum of 50 concurrent meetings at a time.
Does this mean we should buy 25 Pro accounts at Zoom?
Or is there any special plan that you recommend to us?

Please let me know if anything here is unclear.
Thanks in advance.

Which Web Client SDK version?

Hey @song,

Thank you for reaching out to the Zoom Developer Forum. When it comes to Basic users on a Pro Plan, they can host a meeting with two participants (a host and one participant) without the 40 minute meeting limit.

Therefore, if you just intend to have two people in the meeting you could do this with just a Pro Plan and a license for the account owner.

However, if you plan to have more than two people in the meeting, you’ll want to look into purchasing enough licenses so that you can host all the meetings at once. As you indicated, this would involve purchasing a Business plan which would allow you to have 25 licenses and host concurrent meetings:


Let me know if that helps.


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