In a move that some analysts are speculating is designed to increase its visibility, VoIP provider Skype recently launched a new calling plan for international customers. For $9.95 a month, customers can call landlines anywhere in the world as many times as they wish per month.
Stefan Oberg, VP & GM telecoms at Skype said, “This move is a natural step for Skype. Skype was founded on the principle of making free voice and video calls available to people all around the world. And now we’re making it even easier for the Skype community to call their friends and family who are not yet on Skype. Our subscriptions
give people an easy, hassle-free choice for how and when they want to catch up with their loved ones.”