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Skype to restrict voice calls in India from November 10

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Internet-based calling service Skype will stop delivering calls on landline and mobile phones in India from November 10. The Microsoft-owned company did not give any reason for this move.

Skype users in India will still be able to call landlines and mobile phones based outside of the country, however. Conversely, Skype customers in other countries can continue to call numbers based inside India.

In a support page, Skype said:

“If you’ve bought a subscription to India specifically to call within the country, you can cancel your subscription to avoid being billed in the future.

Keep in mind that before 10 November 2014, you can still use your subscription and Skype Credit to call within India, so be sure to use up any remaining minutes or credit you have before then.”

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