Skype made it free for Iranian users to call people outside of their network.
Skype is a messaging app from Microsoft that lets you send and receive text messages, phone calls, and video calls over the Internet Protocol. This is one of the most popular platforms for making voice and video calls around the world. Since the Corona virus spread and more people started working from home, this has become even more important to users. People can talk to their friends and family, make progress on work projects, and talk to their coworkers thanks to Skype and other similar platforms.
Texting with Skype is free, and voice and video calls within the same platform and between Skype accounts are also free. However, for calls outside the Skype network, users must pay with credit cards or other similar methods. So, this is not an easy thing for people in Iran to do. You could say that the ability to make phone calls outside of the Skype network has not been useful in Iran until now.
Now, Zomit says that Microsoft has made it possible to make free phone calls to numbers inside Iran. Users can also call Iranian numbers for free from outside the Skype network. free call set up Follow these steps to use Skype's free calling feature:
First, go to the Calls section of the Skype app through the bottom menu. Then, tap the Keypad or dialer in the bottom right corner of the screen.
At this point, you need to choose the country of Iran (code 98+) from the "Countries and regions" section at the top of this platform. Then, enter the phone number you want to call, and finally, tap the call sign to start chatting with the person you want.
What do you think about the idea that Iranians could use this app to make phone calls outside of the Skype network?