Skype.com: Calls To World Cup Countries For Free

Posted: Jun 21 2010, 10:30am CDT | by , in Shopping | Shopping Tips
Updated: Aug 10 2010, 12:35pm CDT

 

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Skype.com offers calls to World Cup participating coutries for free. The offer is valid for calls to landlines in any of the 32 countries participating in the World Cup. (Mobile numbers are excluded in some countries; details can be found by clicking on the country here.) That's the best deal we've seen for VoIP service from Skype. Please note that subscriptions will be free for the first month. After this, your subscription will automatically continue and payments will be taken monthly unless you cancel. Deal ends July 11.

The basic Skype plan allows you to make unlimited calls to any phone within the US and Canada from your Skype phone for $2.99 per month. Unlimited calls to North America or over 40 countries cost $7.99 and $13.99 per month, respectively. (A 15% off discount applies to these plans when you sign up for 12 months.) In order to receive calls to your Skype phone, you must sign up for an online number. Subscribers to one of the unlimited plans pay $30 per year; otherwise, it costs $60.
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