When the plan is about to expire (in 15 days) or has already expired, the system will send an email to the enterprise’s admin account, or the email of the plan or device owner.
Yes. If the plan is not for GVC device, the administrator can assign it to any sub-user.
No. For one single plan, the user can use it to schedule multiple meetings. But the user can only host one meeting at a single time. The user needs to end the current meeting before starting next meeting. If the user wants to start multiple meetings at the same time, the user needs to purchase more plans.
There are two solutions:
For GVC with IPVideoTalk plan, it can be a meeting host. For GVC without IPVideoTalk plan, it can only be a meeting participant.
When the plan of a GVC device is successfully purchased/renewed, the GVC device or owner can immediately use the IPVideoTalk conferencing services in the plan without obtaining the plan number from a zip file. Grandstream will be notified through email if the verification is passed or failed. If there is a problem with the order, the verification will fail, and the plan purchase/renew operation will fail either.
There is no grace period. When the plan is about to expire in 15 days, there will be an email notification to ask the user to renew the plan. Once the plan expires, the user cannot use the IPVideoTalk conferencing service until the user renews the plan.