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    How do I use Skype call forwarding?

    Call forwarding lets you forward your Skype calls to voice messaging, a landline or mobile number, or another Skype contact. To set up call forwarding:

    1. Sign in to your account.
    2. In the Manage Features section, select Call forwarding.
    3. Select the button call forwarding disabled to enable call forwarding call forwarding enabled and then select how many seconds to forward calls after.
    4. Choose voice messaging, another Skype account (enter the Skype Name) or a mobile or landline number (select the country or region and enter the phone number).
    5. Select Confirm.

    Your incoming calls will be forwarded even if you're not signed in to Skype.

    It’s free to forward incoming Skype calls to another Skype contact. You just need to have that contact in your contact list.

    To forward your incoming calls to a mobile or landline, you’ll need a little Skype Credit or a calling subscription that covers the country you want to receive the forwarded calls in. If you use Skype Credit, forwarded calls are charged at Skype’s low per-minute rates.

    The person who is calling you on Skype doesn’t pay anything.

    You can choose up to three mobile or landline numbers worldwide, or you can choose to have calls forwarded to another Skype contact in your contact list. Just select add another number to add more phone numbers or another Skype account.

    Yes. If you’ve set up call forwarding, calls to your Skype Number will also be forwarded.

    1. Sign in to your account.
    2. In the Manage Features section, select Call forwarding.
    3. Select the green button to disable call forwarding.

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