We are happy to announce that currently video calls that go via Voximplant servers (not P2P ones) are billed per megabyte of video traffic. Since the resolution of a video stream can be different (so as fps, video codec and other params) it means that per minute billing was a bad idea for this case - 1 minute of video call generates different load on our infrastructure depending on various parameters. So now the formula for video call going via Voximplant servers looks as follows: SDK-platform / platform-SDK call - $0.002 per minute per call leg + $0.001 per megabyte of video traffic sent to the platform See http://voximplant.com/pricing/ for the details
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