Microsoft Outlook.com Users in the UK Will Have Skype Added

Microsoft has gained huge popularity with its free personal email service attracting over 60 million new users, which is the fastest growing email service ever. As such, they have announced that the Skype audio- and video-calling service will now be a built into their Outlook.com service for all users in the UK and will include the functionality for users in Germany and United States in the coming weeks. With the preview version of Skype introduced in the UK, Microsoft aims to bring a healthy communication pattern without having to wait for long email replies. Users get an instant option to choose from email, instant message, audio call or even a video call to reply one another. Click here to read the full story.



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