Sunday, January 9, 2011

Group Video calling now paid on Skype as new Skype premium Package

In May 2010, Skype launched Free group video calling in Skype5 Beta. At the time of launch itself Skype said that group calling will be premium feature later this year. Now Group calling is part of a new premium package with Skype 5 stable version. Read on for the details of premium packages, discounts and free trials available.

Skype group video calling Premium package details -
Skype group video calling is available as part of the new Premium package which offers group video calling together with access to live chat customer support.

You can buy a day pass for $4.99/€3.49/£2.99 ($5.74/€4.01/£3.44 including VAT) or a monthly subscription for just $8.99/€5.99/£4.99 ($10.34/€6.89/£5.74 including VAT) per month.

If you sign up for group video calling in the first month, you’ll receive a 33% discount on 3 and 12 month subscriptions. In addition, you’ll get a 25% discount off an HD webcam.

Skype Group Video calling Trial -
All new users receive a 7-day free trial.

Special discount on Skype Premium Group Video calling -
Get 33% off 3 and 12 month subscriptions until 28 February 2011 for Skype premium.

For Regular users, Don`t worry two way video calling is still free on Skype.

1 comment:

  1. Since Microsoft became the owner of Skype, I feel that Skype is getting hungry for money.. you have the right to take money for group video calls, but what about a conference call with only one cam open and two who are only watching with no cams open, what is the added cost for you ?? Microsoft knows how to make people's life uglier.


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