Skype Getting Video Messaging Option, Terms of Use Reveal

The Skype VoIP app will soon be updated with voice messaging

  Skype will be soon updated with video messaging
A change in Skype’s Terms of Use section on the official website reveals that Microsoft is getting ready to release a video messaging option for its popular VoIP app.

A change in Skype’s Terms of Use section on the official website reveals that Microsoft is getting ready to release a video messaging option for its popular VoIP app.

Video messaging would basically allow users to send short video messages, but according to the ToU, there are several limitations for those who aren’t paying for a subscription.

Free users will be able to send video messages too, but “the number of video messages you can send are limited,” while Skype Premium subscribers can “send and receive an unlimited number of video messages and any video messages you send and/or receive shall have no expiry date.”

Video messages sent by free users, on the other hand, will expire after 90 days, while subscribers will also be allowed to save these messages.

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