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Only one participant needs a Skype Premium account for group video calls.
The following questions and answers will help you get set up and started with Skype on your mobile phone.
To find a full list of supported phones using your mobile browser, please visit the supported devices page on skype.com.
To find a full list of supported phones using your computer, please visit the Skype on au webpage. Select Download Skype for au mobile to see a list of supported devices. Currently, you can get Skype on supported Android and Brew phones.
You can download Skype on au directly from Skype using your mobile. Simply go to skype.com on your mobile browser and follow the link on the site. Alternatively, you can visit the Skype on au webpage on your computer; click Download Skype for au mobile and scan the code that appears at the top of the screen into your phone. Simply follow the link to start the download.
Yes, you can. When you’ve created your account, you can use it on any version of Skype, not only on your mobile. That means you can use it to sign in to Skype on your computer, TV or DVD player, anything that Skype runs on. You can also use your details to sign in to your account using any web browser on your mobile or computer, where you can buy Skype Credit, subscriptions and other great Skype products.
To create a new Skype account:
Yes, after your first successful sign in, you will be signed in automatically every time you start Skype. If you would prefer to sign in manually, you can turn this feature off:
Yes, you can. If you are signed into Skype on your mobile and computer at the same time, both will ring if you receive a Skype call. You will receive instant messages on both your computer and your phone, and you can reply from either. As Skype Numbers are not supported by Skype on your au phone, any calls to your Skype Number will only ring on your computer.