Using Zoom internationally

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This article provides information for Zoom usage when outside of the United States.


For travelers to US embargoed countries

Including: Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Syria, Sudan and regions of Ukraine.

During travel to these areas, you are will be unable to access Zoom. This includes scheduling or joining any meetings, making profile changes, and all other use of Zoom services.

For all other international travelers

If you will have access to Wi-Fi and cellular service with data, you can use the same method(s) you normally use to access Zoom.

Restricted Locations

Restricted Locations are subject to change based on world events - please check this Zoom's web page of restricted countries or regions for the most up to date information.


For questions or concerns, submit a ticket through the Information Security Consulting Request service page.


Article ID: 140442
Tue 5/3/22 3:05 PM
Mon 10/31/22 9:35 AM

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