Webex Costs WebEx was the first to market in global web conferencing.
And is the oldest player in the space. Both GoToMeeting and WebEx offer three paid plan options, a free product and discounts for annual plan purchases. As with GoToMeeting, the WebEx paid plans all include video, VoIP or call-in audio, the ability to record meetings and free mobile apps.
What are some key differences between WebEx and GoToMeeting?
Interface. WebEx meetings requires an Active X or Java download component for meetings and the complex interface can get in the way of collaboration.
Support. Both companies offer Support; however, WebEx’s support center is not US based like GoToMeeting’s.
Audio. There are ancillary fees associated with audio conferencing with WebEx meetings, as well as per minute fees for VoIP and Toll Audio. Storage fees may apply for meeting recordings and playback.
Why should GoToMeeting be your choice for online meetings?
Meetings Made Easy. GoToMeeting allows users to instantly join (no download required) from desktop or mobile device. This makes web conferencing available to more visitors and more accessible in restricted IT environments.
Mobility. GoToMeeting offers true mobility and simplicity with amazing mobile apps, one-click meeting launch from any device, mobile to desktop functionality and the ability to join from a Mac, PC, Chromebook or Linux device.
Built for Business. GoToMeeting offers US based support 24/7 via email, phone and an online support center. GoToMeeting has dedicated account managers and onboarding professionals for a smooth deployment and a passion for customer success. The invoicing is straightforward and simple, with no hidden fees.