SKYPE TO ALLOW CALLS FROM REGULAR OFFICE TELEPHONES

Updated: 03/24/2009 10:33
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The Wall Street Journal informed, eBays unit Skype is going to introduce a new version of its Internet calling software that links to corporate...

The Wall Street Journal informed, eBay's unit Skype is going to introduce a new version of its Internet calling software that links to corporate phone systems.

The new software, called Skype for SIP, has several advantages over former ones. It allows employees to make domestic and international calls with regular office telephones, instead of a headset plugged into a personal computer. Moreover, the charge is 2.1 cents per minute for calls to cell phones and fixed lines and it is free for calls made from computers to phone systems. Skype, which was acquired by eBay in 2005, is cheaper in comparison with usual landlines and sell phones and is popular over the world among internet users.


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