Skype is celebrating it’s 7th birthday; in honor of this achievement they are offering one month of free calls to any country of your choice among a list of 34 most popular destinations. Skype is a well known VOIP service provider and we do not think that it needs an introduction. We recently published about their Eid offer where they issued free 30 minutes of international phone calls. It seems Skype is on its spree to convert its FREE users into the paying users. Given the fact that only a small percent of Skype users are the paying ones this step is totally appropriate.
How to get Free 400 minutes from Skype
In order to make use of this offer you need to
- visit Skype’s Birthday Offer Page.
- On that page you will see a map with 34 countries listed on it. Select the country you would be making calls to.
- Click on subscribe now. Please note that you are subscribing to Skype’s monthly service which is a paid service after this offer ends, that is after one month.
- Sign in or, if you are not a Skype user, create a new account.
- On the next screen after you log in you will be asked for your details, and then payment information. You will not be charged, only an authorization credit will be there temporarily. Make sure you cancel your subscription before the end of first billing cycle or you will be charged the monthly subscription charge.
This offer is only valid till 14th October 2010. Moreover, this offer ends after 20,000 subscriptions.
What countries are included in this plan
This plan is for Free Phone calls to landlines in 34 countries and mobiles only in USA and India. That means you can call any landline number in the 34 countries listed below as well as mobile numbers in India and USA:
Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, United States