[technology taskforce] Zoom participant limits

Lutz Donnerhacke lutz at donnerhacke.de
Thu Mar 19 09:30:32 UTC 2020

It’s quite possible, that ICANN subscription is “business”, which limits the meeting size to 300.

Only “enterprise” or “special contract” can increase it to 500 or 1000.

There is no technical limit (despite it’s heavily used this time)


If you consider Zoom for your personal use, subscribe for the free “Basic” plan. Even if they do not list you numbers in your country, you can call them (if known) and participate in such meetings by phone. We are using this for our church and school communications (where not all people has access to sufficient hardware or experience for video chats)


Von: ttf <ttf-bounces at atlarge-lists.icann.org> Im Auftrag von Olivier MJ Crépin-Leblond
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 19. März 2020 09:59
An: ttf at atlarge-lists.icann.org
Betreff: [technology taskforce] Zoom participant limits


Dear colleagues,

during the ICANN meeting we saw full Zoom meeting rooms limited at 300 people and Webinar rooms assumed to be higher than that perhaps thousands of people.
Are the limits technical limits, or are they they imposed by the subscriptions that ICANN got? I note the pricing which appears to point out that more than 300 people are possible for a full Zoom room?

Kindest regards,


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