Skype offering free premium service for a month to its users

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Although Christmas Time fills our hearts with nostalgia, sometimes we need to recur to today’s social media just to feel closer to that special person. Having this in mind, Microsoft’s Skype has announced that it will give you one month free of its Premium service.

This offer from Skype will give users the access to make calls to any landline phone in 40 countries through their Skype client, plus free calls to any mobile phone in the US, Canada and other 5 more countries.

It is true that besides considering peoples’ necessities there are also business necessities, if you know what I mean. They will ask for a credit card number to give you a month free of the mentioned service, and then you will have to make sure to cancel the service within the first 27 days in order to not be charged $9.99 a month for continuing the use of the Premium service.

If you have the chance, take advantage of this offer, which price Skype is charging still 50% off the normal rate.

During this special season sometimes we could easily get sidetracked by all the shopping, accumulated work, etc.; it is important to remember that there are people, friends and relatives that will be waiting for that special call, just happy to hear your voice. Specially knowing of the difficult time we are going through, no major spending here, just a good gesture from the heart.

Source Skype via Neowin

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