Skype makes group video calls free

Tuesday 29 April 2014 | 11:10 CET | News
Skype has made group video calls free for all users. It was previously only open to customers with a Premium account. The video group calls service works over Mac, PC and the Xbox One, and more platforms will follow, Skype said. Last month the VoIP service added integration with Microsoft Outlook, and earlier in April video calls were integrated with Windows Phone 8.1 

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Microsoft / Skype
Countries: World
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