Skype has revealed its first ever “unlimited” international subscription VoIP plans.
Despite the name, the plans feature a fair use policy that stipulates that if a limit of 10,000 minutes of calls is exceeded in a month, extra charges may come into play.
The plans support calls to landlines in 34 countries.
Chris Lewis, head of business development, Skype Asia–Pacific, said the plans are a “natural step” for the business.
“Skype was founded on the principle of making free voice and video calls available to people all around the world,” Lewis said.
“Our subscriptions give people an easy, hassle-free choice for how and when they want to catch up with their loved ones.”
Specifics on the plans can be obtained at www.skype.com/go/subscriptions.