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Use the Skype Credit on your card to call mobiles and landlines worldwide at great low rates.
You’ll need a Skype Account to redeem your credit. Don’t have one. Sign up for free.
Click on redeem your card and input the voucher number that appears on the back of the Skype Card.
Enjoy using your credit. No commitments – simply buy more later from any participating retail store if you need it.
Got a lot to talk about? Use your credit to get a subscription.
Text friends directly from Skype. It’s quick, simple and great value for texting abroad.
Sign up for a Skype Number and get the convenience of a local number that people can call, wherever you are.
Now it’s even easier to show friends and family the wonders of Skype Credit – buy a prepaid card from any participating retailer.
* Minutes are based on a call rate of $0.023 per minute and a connection fee per call. The actual number of minutes you receive will vary depending on calling destination and number of calls made. See www.skype.com for details.
** The price of minutes may vary depending on calling destination and a connection fee applies. Calling rates subject to change – see https://go.skype.com/prices for current rates. Calls are charged in one minute increments and any partial minute over five seconds will be rounded up to the next full minute.
The value of the card is in US Dollars or the equivalent in your Skype account. A convenience fee applies. No cash redemption is offered, except when required by law. Issuer is not liable for and will not replace lost, stolen or damaged cards. Once the credit on your account is used, you won't be able to make calls. Visit skype.com for account balance and details. Skype is not a replacement for your telephone and cannot be used for emergency calls. This card expires 12 months after activation at the point of sale.
No emergency calls with Skype Skype is not a replacement for your telephone and can't be used for emergency calling