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Comcast to offer Skype video calls service on TV

Tuesday 14 June 2011 | 17:28 CET | News
US cable operator Comcast has agreed to launch a video calls service with Skype. Customers will be able to buy a package with an HD webcam, adaptor and remote control with keyboard, that will allow them to use the service on their HDTV sets. Pricing for the service, which will begin trials in the upcoming months, has yet to be determined. Video calls can be conducted between two TVs or between a PC and a TV. Only one calling party needs to be a Comcast subscriber; the other party just needs to have the basic equipment needed for a Skype call, such as a webcam. The Skype service also allows a

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Comcast / Skype
Countries: United States
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