We just heard a good new from Skype: Next Week, they will launch a brand new feature on messenger service at Skype. They will released Video Chat Conference / Group Video chat on Skype. Here the news we got from (quote)
Starting next week, Skype will begin beta testing a new group video chat feature on Windows PCs, according to the AP. The feature will let up to five people join in on a video chat simultaneously, which is a big leap from Skype’s current video chat limitation of two users.
Group video chat will initially be available for free, but Skype plans to start charging for it within three to four months, along with other new features. The company also plans to bring the feature to Macs later this year.
If you want to read all the info about this new feature (it will be free for a while but in the future this feature of group video chat conference will be charge — not free anymore), click this link.
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