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Free Skype WiFi in Spain to celebrate Mobile World Congress

Traveling to Mobile World Congress or living in Spain? We have great news for you! During this year’s Mobile World Congress we’re giving everyone in Spain 2 hours of free access with Skype WiFi at more than 24,000 supported wireless hotspots available in the country – including airports, café’s and hotels. From February 26th thru March 1st 2012, if you are in Spain, you can enjoy up to 2 hours of free WiFi connection (4x30min sessions).

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With free access to Skype WiFi you can surf the web, visit your favorite social networks, check out your email and make free Skype-to-Skype voice and video calls* in bars and restaurants, hotels, public transport and airports… Wherever there is a Skype WiFi compatible third party WiFi network.

It’s really easy to use. You only have to make sure you have the latest version of Skype installed on your Windows or Mac device, or the Skype WiFi app on your iOS device**. Just connect to the ‘Skype WiFi’ hotspot on your device’s WiFi settings, and follow the instructions.

Find out more about Skype WiFi at http://www.skype.com/intl/en/features/allfeatures/skype-wifi

At Skype we always want to know what you think of our products. So we encourage you tell us about your experience with Skype WiFi on Twitter using the hashtag #freeskypewifi.

*Skype to Skype calling is free, calls to landlines or mobiles cost just a little using Skype Credit or a Skype Subscription. Web browsing is also available.
**iOS devices include iPod Touch, iPhone and iPad running iOS 4.1 or newer.

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