Microsoft is giving away 12 months of Skype group calling and other features for free

Microsoft is running a new promotion called the ‘Skype Collaboration Project’ that is allowing Skype users to make free group calls, free group screen sharing, no advertising and access to live customer support, for free. All of these features are typically reserved for premium account holders but you can get them free for 12 months by hitting the link at the bottom of this post.

When you visit the offer page, you must enter your email address and a code will be sent to your inbox. One interesting thing to note is that when you add the code to your account, it shows a credit of $107.88. We are not sure if that credit can be used for other features, such as calling a landline, but it is a somewhat odd way to add the features to your account.

No matter the reason, getting 12 months of these features for free is worth taking advantage of and takes only about a minute of your time to complete the transaction.

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