Skype allows you to create a Skype number, similar to a local mobile number, in which people can use their phones to contact you with. You can answer these calls through your Skype account.
- [Instructor] In this video, we'll take a look…at how to create a Skype Number.…A Skype Number is a phone number set up through Skype,…which you pay a monthly fee for.…Once it's created, you can give this number…to people that you want to be able to contact you.…People can call from their mobile or landline…by dialing this number…and then you can pick up the call in Skype,…whether it's on a computer…or using your Skype account on your mobile device.…Now, this is a great option if you,…or your friends and family, are in different countries…and need an affordable way to keep in touch.…
Let's take a look at how to set up a Skype Number.…Right now, from inside the desktop application,…I'm going to go up to the toolbar, click on Skype,…and then click on My Account.…Now, this will bring me to my online account for Skype.…Here, I'm going to scroll down to Manage Features…and I'll click on Skype Number.…Now, it's going to let me know some information…about Skype Numbers and also tells me…that it's available in over 20 countries or regions…
- Creating a Skype account
- Adding contacts
- Making video and audio-only calls
- Sharing your screen
- Messaging with Skype
- Making calls to mobile phones and landlines
- Using Skype Translator
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introduction to Skype
2. Skype Calls
3. More Ways to Make Skype Calls
4. Advanced Features
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