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dibts wrote:I haven't tried the paid subscription. I already am satisfied with their free features. I have absolutely no complains at all.I'm exactly in the same boat. Given that I only use Skype for group chats with friends while playing Counter-Strike or other competitive games, I never felt the need to purchase a subscription. *Bleep*, I don't even know what advantages the subscription gives you, but if people pay for it, then it's probably worth it.
Kristin wrote:Yes I am happy with my subscription. I have my own number and unlimited calls in the USA for five dollars a month. The only thing is I use it only to talk. I am not sure if others want more from their subscription. If I use the video feature, I am usually talking Skype to Skype with the other caller being in Mexico and I have found the quality has gone down. I am very satisfied to only talk. Spending money on high monthly smartphone service is something that I still do not understand. So yes, I am very satisfied with my Skype subscription. :-DThat seems like an honest comment from a happy consumer, haha.
pwarbi wrote:Quite a few people have experienced cut out's and dropped calls, but I have to admit the service for me as always worked well. I don't know if I've just been lucky or if it depends on the stability of your equipment or the system your using.I'm afraid I didn't report the problems. Was kinda just too lazy to haha
Did you ever report your problems and if you did, what was the reply?
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