"With rival services such as Viber, with its HD Voice offering, and Facebook's Messenger service springing up, Skype is having to do a lot of work to keep its offering distinct and ahead of the pack. Its latest product is Skype To Go, a service that lets subscribers create up to nine numbers for regular contacts such as friends and family or frequently used businesses" writes Geoff Spick on CMS WiRE.com.
"Users can then ring that number from a landline, old mobile or smartphone and pay Skype's usual per minute rates for the call. It is currently available in North America, a host of European countries, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa," Spick writes.
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Skype To Go: Taking the Internet Out of VoIP