Internet calling provider, Skype, introduced its first unlimited international
VoIP service yesterday, making it possible for American users to call landline
numbers in 34 countries for just $9.95 per month.
Countries covered by the unlimited deal include most of Europe, as well as
Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Chile, China, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South
Korea, and Taiwan. Unlimited domestic calls to landlines and cell phones in the
United States are also included in the plan, as are calls to cell phones in
Canada, China, Hong Kong, and Singapore.
Skype already offers unlimited calls within the United States and Canada for
$3/month, and will tack on several major cities in Mexico for an additional
In recent years, Skype has gained notoriety as a free software application
allowing anyone with a computer, headset, and digital microphone to make
international “SkypeOut” calls over the internet, at deeply discounted rates.
Skype subscribers used 1.7 billion minutes of SkypeOut airtime in the first
three months of 2008, as well as 14.2 billion minutes of free
computertocomputer VoIP calling.
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