That’s right, for a limited time you can sign up for a 30-day trial with Skype that will enable you to make unlimited calls to landlines and mobile phones entirely for free. This is in addition to the already free calls to other Skype users. It would usually cost you about $14 a month to get unlimited calls. So you are getting a pretty sweet deal.
If you haven’t used Skype yet, you’re missing out, plain and simple. Not only is it free to make Skype to Skype calls, but calling from Skype to a landline or a mobile phone is also pretty cheap compared to the average long-distance calls, and customers can use a pay as you go or subscription cost which is convenient.
Plus, the quality of the sound you get is pretty decent (although it sometimes lags) and this service also offers the possibility to do video calling. So, it’s a great way to stay in touch with friends or relatives who live far away. For example, my uncle who also happens to be a good friend lives in Vancouver, so as a Montrealer I can only imagine how expensive it would have been to stay close over the years if it hadn’t been for Skype.
Users can use Skype on a cell/mobile phone, tablet, computer and even some smart tv’s, Skype is everywhere and super accessible for those that are new to their service.