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There are a lot of conferencing solutions available that might fit customers need and budget. If you want to host it yourself, you could use https://jitsi.org (some of the competitors just white label and sell it as part of their solution). If you don't want to host it yourself and your clients have Google accounts, you can also just use Google Meet. Then there is Zoom, Teams, WebEx and a lot more. It will be hard for a PBX manufacturer like Vodia to compete with these solutions like it is hard to compete with CRM solution providers. 

1:1 video is much easier and we will see this soon in the app.

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So many phones (like Polycom and Bria) support video and back in the PBXnSIP days it somewhat worked.  It seems like just being able to clean up the video support to work at a basic level so that we were not forced to turn it off on the customer's brand new phones that include video so that they will interact with the PBX properly would be a great first step.

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Why not? This will provide all in one platform and even cost advantage. The last time that I checked  all those proposed options are additional costs overhead from third party companies. 

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