Microsoft Bringing Free Group Video Chats to Skype
Jan 12, 2016, 3:12 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Microsoft today said mobile device owners will soon be able to conduct group video chats for free. The feature is headed to Android, iOS, and Windows Mobile 10 handsets and tablets in the coming weeks. Skype is allowing people to preview the tool ahead of its general release. Anyone interested can sign up on Microsoft's web site. Microsoft claims Skype has been downloaded 750 million times. The app will be updated across platforms with the new feature shortly.
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