AnyMeeting Offers Ad-Free Option


They aren't happy about AnyMeeting's new ad-free option

Taking the next step in expanding the service to a broader spectrum of small business users, AnyMeeting has just implemented an ad-free version in response to requests from users, who would like to have the option of removing the ads from the meetings they host. The feature set for the ad-free version is exactly the same, the only difference being that no ads are displayed. Our CEO, Costin Tuculescu explains:

“Through our ad-supported model, we have been able to provide a no-cost solution to small businesses that is just as good as the paid solutions on the market. Now, with our ad-free solution, we’re able to deliver the same feature set, without ads, at a price point that is very attractive for small businesses.”


Customers can easily change from ad-supported to ad-free and vice versa on the AnyMeeting website. AnyMeeting offers two inexpensive levels for the ad-free version, 25 attendees for $17.99 per month and 200 attendees for $69.99 per month.  To remove ads, Log in to your account and click “Account” to go ad-free. If you are not already AnyMeeting customer, simply sign up for a free account to get started.

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27 comments on this post.
  1. John M. Swails:

    We are thinking about using your service to provide live online Sunday and Bible Study services. I have 2 Questions:

    1) Are you going to have more no-add options? 25 to 200 is a large leap and being an starting online church it would be nice to be able to increase as the congregation grows.

    2) With the no-add option is it possible to get a widget that can be installed on the church’s website so congregates can view the services from our website?


    John M. Swails
    Warriors4Christ Ministries

  2. Mark:

    Are the ads also removed from the registration forms, email notifications, etc? Or is it just the live webinar area?

  3. Michael Daehn:

    Hi John,

    Thanks for trying out AnyMeeting. To answer your questions:

    1 – AnyMeeting is still free. You do not need to pay. If you have a larger group and want to remove ads, then those are the only 2 options we have available right now.
    2- There is no widget available right now. We are exploring options for widgets, so your feedback is helpful.

    Let us know if you have more questions. You can also contact our tech team directly here

  4. Donny - Posicionamiento Seo:

    Tienen ustedes un pantalla que me muestre como se ven los ads dentro de mi webinario?

    Gracias y perdon por mi ingles…

  5. Donny - Posicionamiento Seo:

    excuse me… this is a message

    You have a screen that will show me how you see the ads in my webinar?

    Thanks and sorry for my English …

  6. Michael Daehn:

    Hi Donny,

    You can see what the ads look like in this training video:

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  8. Costin:

    Hi Mark,

    The ads are removed from everything related to your account, including all of those areas you mentioned.

  9. Darryl Schoenstadt:

    Would like to see a payment option or two between $17.99 and the $69.99. We may commonly have between 20-40 people and it fluctuates a lot. I believe it would be very practical for us and leave a better feeling about your service being more fair and reasonable.

    Thank you
    Darryl Schoenstadt

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  12. Marco:

    Where your servers are located? How they can scalate in case of huge load traffic? Are you looking for European server farm or partners

  13. Albertoi:

    What additional benefits are obtained by paying? Other functions are obtained?

  14. Bob Menzies:

    Hi Albert,

    AnyMeeting’s ad-free plans will remove the advertisements from your meetings. You will continue to have all of the same great features AnyMeeting provides, just the ads are removed.

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  16. Andrea:

    I have a question about the paid meetings or webinars. Do I need to be signed up for the paid version to be able to charge my attendees or chan I do that with the free version? Also, if I can charge with the free version, do the ads go away since you are taking your $1 + 10%?

    Lastly, is there a way to sell the recordings on my website, or would I need to send everyone to your site for them to buy the recordings?


  17. Bob Menzies:

    Hi Andrea,

    Absolutely, AnyMeeting’s PayPal integrated webinar ticketing system is available for everyone (free and paid version). Yes, the ads are removed for meetings using the ticketing system. For more information, please visit:

  18. Maria Marsala:

    It looks like, if you pay monthly, you cannot do so via paypal? Is that correct?

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  21. Mike:

    Have you thought about doing a yearly subscription?

  22. Jane:

    Thanks for the free account. The copy above indicates that the only difference between paid and free is the visibility of ads. Still true?

    I tried the screen sharing feature, but was only given the option of showing the complete screen. I had hoped to show only a presentation document. Where am I going wrong?

  23. Bob Menzies:

    Hi Jane,

    Yes, the only difference between the free version and ad-free version of AnyMeeting is the removal of the advertisements. For help with your screen sharing issue, please visit our support site at

  24. Jane:

    Thanks, but I couldn’t find anything there that helped. When I go to screen sharing, the only option I have is showing the complete screen. Could you please give me a hint???

  25. mitrucos:

    I will buy the ad-free version
    Thank you.

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