Finally Skype making the group video calling is free for their users while Google Hangouts already offered that facility.
For long days Skype users have requesting or free group video calling and finally Microsoft catch that request and implement it for their user.
Microsoft previously offered the feature as part of its Skype Premium service, a $8.99 monthly subscription that includes some free calls as part of a larger package. An individual day pass to access Skype Premium and group video calling cost $4.99 alone. Skype group video calling allows users to participate in video chats with up to 10 people using PCs or Macs. Microsoft’s change of policy is part of a broader push by the company to position Skype more competitively against rivals and fix some issues with its cross-platform clients.
Thanks again to Microsoft for giving us this awesome service.