Skype Makes Group Video Calling Free For All Users

Skype Makes Group Video Calling Free For All Users

Skype group video calls used to require a subscription to Skype Premium, but today the service announced that group video calling will be free starting from today for Windows, Mac and Xbox One users, and will roll out to all other Skype platforms soon.

Group video calls allow Skype users to connect with up to 10 people in a video chat at the same time, and Skype users have been clamouring for the company to make the feature free — a la Google Hangouts — for some time now. People using Skype on mobile devices, will have to wait a little before group video calling gets to them too, but it’s on the way. Hit the link below for more information.

Skype Loves Bringing Groups Together — With FREE Group Video Calling [Skype Blog via The Verge]

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