Skype is not only useful for making free conversations between computers, but also for calling traditional landlines and mobile phones. Not free, but reasonably priced and operating much like a pay-as-you-go mobile device.
The app requires you to purchase credit in £10 increments (plus VAT) before you may make calls to your contacts from your computer. We’re here to facilitate the transfer of funds.
- A Skype account
- Your bank account info, credit card info, or PayPal ID and password.
- Instructions for purchasing the credit.
Steps to get Skype credit
First, launch Skype and log in so that the main window is visible.
Second, access the submenu by clicking on the toolbar. Select Buy Skype Credit afterward.
Buy Simply by going to the website and purchasing Skype money,
Clicking this link will take you to Skype’s online store, where you may purchase the credit.
The third step involves checking or unchecking a box on this page that has something to do with charging. If you don’t plan on using the app often, you shouldn’t check this box because it will cause you to be billed automatically whenever your balance falls below £2, which might be difficult to keep track of. You may deselect this option at any time. Simply press the Next button.
Step 4: Select your preferred method of payment from the menu provided. Then, fill out the payment details that pop up on the screen. Mark the box to agree to the app’s terms of service. Just hit the “Buy Now” button. To finish your purchase, follow the on-screen instructions (which may vary depending on the method of payment you chose).
Five, Skype calls to regular phones and mobile phones are now possible. As soon as the transaction has been processed, the credit balance will appear next to your name in the top left corner of the main page. Select My Account from the drop-down menu that appears when you click the app’s main menu.
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