Cisco Webex review | WebEx is a video conferencing and webinar platform that is built on Cisco’s reputation for reliability


WebEx is a video conferencing and webinar platform that is built on Cisco’s reputation for reliability.


WebEx starts with a Free Plan which offers standard video and:

  • Video from multiple webcams
  • Collaboration tools like commenting, real-time annotation, and chat
  • Secure, shared Meeting Spaces with file sharing, comments, and IM
  • Meeting recordings to share or review
  • Integrated audio with Active Speaker so you know who’s talking
  • Delivery over the Cisco Collaboration Cloud for exceptional reliability and enterprise-grade security


All this for up to 3 people.




  • Free Plan Available
  • Up to 7 video feeds
  • HD Video
  • Mobile App
  • Webinar pricing (over 100) is steep




Online meetings made easy.






Up to 8 people and 7 streams of HD video is $24/mo and up to 100 people is currently discounted to $49/mo if you pay annually.

When you need to reach a larger audience, say webinars or large trainings, WebEx can get expensive. $379/mo for up to 500 people and $479/mo for up to 1000.

In addition to video and VOIP, WebEx offers call in via phone, whiteboards, screen share, and a mobile app that allows attendees to watch on smartphone or tablet.

Support is offered via a learning center and phone.



Webex at a Glance

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Company Overview

Editor’s note: This information was taken directly from the company’s page 

Cisco Webex allows you to collaborate with colleagues across your organization, or halfway across the planet.

Meet online and share files, information, and expertise.

WebEx solutions increase productivity and keep you connected.

You can do almost anything with WebEx that you can do in person, minus the travel time.



Recording Ability: Yes
Best Price Monthly: Free for 3
Mobile Ready: Yes with Free App
Video/Audio: Yes
Participants: $24/mo up to 8. $69/mo up to 100
Reporting: Yes
Streaming: Yes
Ease of Use: Fairly