You can call other Skype users for free by making a Skype to Skype call. If the person you want to reach isn't available in Skype, you can call them on their mobile or landline - you'll just need a little Skype Credit or a subscription. Here's how to make a free Skype to Skype call:
Alternatively, you can make a call from any one-to-one, or group chat by tapping the audio or video call button.
If you're signed in to Skype, you can receive calls. You'll see an incoming call notification screen, tap the call button to answer the call as an audio call, or tap the video button to answer with video. If you don't want to answer it, tap the end call button to decline. If you're offline and you have Voice Messaging activated, the caller will be able to leave a message, or you can set up call forwarding to another number.
During a call, some of the call controls might be hidden, simply tap your screen to make them visible.
You'll need a little Skype Credit or a subscription to call someone on their mobile or landline. If you've already saved the person's contact information, Go to Calls, and then tap the call button next to their name in your contact list. If the person has more than one phone number saved, you can select the number you want to call from a drop-down list. Alternatively, you can go to Calls, and then use the dial pad button to enter a phone number. To call an international number, select the country/region from the drop-down menu.
Up to 25 people (24 plus yourself) can be on the same audio call. The maximum number of video streams you can receive is 6, but may vary depending on the device you are using.
Yes, but you'll need a Skype Number for them to call you on.
Yes, use the dial pad to enter toll free numbers on Skype. The following countries and number ranges are supported and are free of charge to all users: France: +33 800, +33 805, +33 809 Poland: +48 800 UK: +44 500, +44 800, +44 808 USA: +1 800, +1 866, +1 877, +1 888 Taiwan: +886 80
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