Zoom Video Communications, Inc., a leading provider of video-first unified communications, today proudly announced a partnership with Together, a coalition that brings people together and bridges divides to build a more connected society.
One of the key campaigns of the year, #ChristmasTogether, is asking people to reach out to someone who might be feeling lonely, anxious, living alone or shielding over the festive period or sign up to support someone as a NHS Volunteer responder. The campaign has already been backed by the likes of the Archbishop of Canterbury, the UK Prime Minister and Hollywood Star Michael Sheen.
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And now, to help support the ability to connect with people wherever they may be, Zoom is lifting the 40-minute limit on free Zoom accounts again for all meetings globally from 3pm GMT Wednesday 23rd December to 11am GMT Saturday 26th December and 3pm GMT Wednesday 30th December to 11am GMT Saturday 2nd January.
The partnership between Zoom and Together will continue into 2021 looking at potential new initiatives as well as how to fully support Together to help connect people across divides.
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Phil Perry, Head of Zoom UK and Ireland said: “Without a doubt this has been an extraordinarily challenging year for everyone and our main focus throughout has been to help everyone stay connected and together. Together’s vision of wanting to combat loneliness and show the collective power we have as a community is very close to my heart and all Zoom employees. I am extremely proud to be able to partner with them now and into 2021.”
Alice Braybrook, Director of Together added: “This Christmas is going to be like no other. Zoom opening up their platform for Christmas will help thousands of people connect at a time when we can’t be together. It’s steps like this that will make a real difference. We’re looking forward to working with Zoom next year to do even more to reconnect us as we come out of the Covid crisis and build the kind of closer communities we all want to be part of.”
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