Microsoft is rolling out an offer for Skype users in India by which they can call mobiles and landlines in the US and Canada for free until March 1, 2015. All that's required is a free Skype account and an Internet connection.
The promotion is already live, and works as advertised. All you have to do is login to your account and dial a number as you would normally do from your phone dialer. For all the terms and conditions behind the offer, head here.
The latest Indian-centric deal from Microsoft comes on the heels of the Redmond-based organization setting up an official hardware store -- the first of its kind -- on Amazon India yesterday.
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