Hello Guys, Christmas is near and skype is giving gift to all Indian peoples .Skype offering free call From India to US and Canada . This offer is limited time so enjoy this offer and talk your NRI family members or friends free.How to get this deal:-1. Click here
to go to Skype.
2. Download the skype application in your mobile or pc.
3. Now make account or login with your existing account.
4. Now just dial the number of US or Canada .
5. Your call is connected now talk unlimited with Cristal clean voice.
Limited Time Offer.
From December 16, 2014 (00:01 IST) to March 1, 2015 (00:01 IST) (the Offer Period) use Skype to make free calls from India to landlines and mobiles in the U.S. and Canada (excluding special, premium service and non-geographic numbers). Skype account and internet connection required; Internet and/or mobile fees may apply.
Your Existing Skype Account/Subscription:
- If you have credit in your Skype account during the Offer Period, you will not be charged (and your credit will not be used) for qualifying calls from India to the U.S. and Canada made during the Offer Period. Once the Offer Period has ended, you will be charged (and your credit used) as usual.
- If, during the Offer Period, you have a Skype subscription with a fixed-minutes allowance (e.g. 120 minutes per month) that includes calls from India to landlines and mobiles in the U.S. and Canada then your minutes allowance will not be used for qualifying calls made during the Offer Period. However, your subscription will still end at the specified time (e.g. after one month for a 120 minutes per month subscription) even if you have not used your full minutes allowance; unused minutes cannot be carried forward beyond the end of the subscription period.
Fair Usage Policy for this offer:
,this Fair Usage Policy and the above Terms (“Legitimate Use”). All calls will be disconnected and require a re-dial after a 4-hour duration.
The following is a non-exhaustive list of practices that would not be considered Legitimate Use:
- Making calls for telemarketing or call centre operations;
- Re-selling minutes;
- Sharing minutes between users whether via a PBX, call centre, computer or any other means;
- Unusual calling patterns inconsistent with normal use, for example, regular calls of short duration or calls to multiple numbers in a short period of time.