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If you want to save money, Skype to Skype voice and video calls are tough to beat. But sometimes you need to call somebody’s landline or cell phone, either because the person you’re calling doesn’t use Skype or they’re away from their computer.
Skype offers various payment options – Pay As You Go and subscriptions – to cover these calls. No matter which way you pay, you’ll likely find that using Skype to make calls to landlines or mobile phones translate into big-time savings. Because Skype calls cost as little as two cents per minute – domestically and internationally – you’ll almost certainly see the impact on your business’ bottom line.
Another big benefit: You can make Skype calls to phones from any Wi-Ffi-enabled device (just make sure you’ve got the free Skype app installed on your smart phone or tablet). So if you’re on your smartphone at, say, an airport or coffee shop, you can make calls around the world at Skype’s great rates. You can even set your caller ID to appear as any of your numbers.
Head on over to the Skype blog to see how it works and find out the simple steps to using Skype to save money on all your calls.
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Steve Clarke Microsoft News Center Staff