Skype has introduced subscription plans on Wednesday, that will now allow customers to make cheaper calls to international cell phones and landlines.
According to reports, Skype users will now be able to sign up for subscriptions in over 170 countries. This will be available from Thursday onwards and the new plans will cost a meager $1.09 per month.
According to PC Mag,
“Options include unlimited calls to U.S.- and Canada-based cell phones and landlines for $2.95 per month, unlimited calls to landlines in 39 countries (not the U.S.) for $5.95, or unlimited calls to over 40 countries worldwide (including U.S. mobiles and landlines) for $12.95 per month.
Users can choose packages that allow calls to just one country, a region like Europe or Canada, or a selection of countries. They can be purchased in one month, three month, or one year bundles and subscriptions will be renewed automatically unless you cancel.
A subscription also includes voicemail and call forwarding.”
These subscriptions can be purchased online with credit cards, PayPal, bank transfers, or any other local payment methods.