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Two companies i.e. Telus and Skype have now announced for signing an agreement which will allow the Telus Smartphone customer for purchasing the Skype Credit via their existing Telus accounts, additionally taking the advantage of low-cost Skype calling rates in order to keep in touch with both friends and family in Canada and all over the world. This deal also includes the launching of the Skype edition of LG Optimums Black, aside from that it is also the first Skype edition Smartphone in the market of Canada.
These international calling rates of Skype will work both for the mobile phones and landlines with the help of Skype Out calling technology. Also the customers of Telus can also quite be able to enjoy limitless Skype to Skype voice call along with instant messaging all around the globe
Here is not over Skype will also promise to share much more information about this product which they are now bringing in front of Canadians with Telus this summer. But the VoIP giant has not made any proper indication about this deal but in the mean time it has not yet made a peep about the other companies of telecommunication in Canada like Bell or Rogers.
In this regard Russ Shaw, the general manager and vice president of Skype of Mobile department said “At present people want to take their Skype conversations along with them on the go being whatever they are, whether it’s on a laptop or via their mobile phone.” Also he added later “Telus will enable their Canadian consumers in order to get the best Skype experience on their Smartphone, in spite of that it will quite be able to change their way of communication with their friends as well as family either here or in this globe.”
By flowing this rumors now Google, Microsoft and Facebook are all interested in the Skype where this software giant swooped in. On the last month the company of Microsoft already announced that it was acquiring Skype just for $8.5 billion in cash. Here is a good news that this deal was already approved by the both of the companies.