Skype sets up new cost-saving service

Skype, the internet telephone company, has launched a new cost-saving dial-in service for Irish users.

6th October, 2007

Skype, the internet telephone company, has launched a new cost-saving dial-in service for Irish users.

Called SkypeIn, the service provides a phone number that allows people to call a Skype user from a phone or mobile while only paying the cost of a local call.

The caller does not need to have Skype and the service also allows the Skype user to forward calls to any other another phone or mobile.

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