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Tell Mom "You Rock!" With A "Say it with Skype" Mother's Day Edition Video Card

Skype Will Donate to Save the Children for Each ‘Mom You Rock’ Video Card Created

On May 13th, how will you be honoring your mom? Don’t just send her a boring card. Let mom see your smiling face and hear your voice! “Say it with Skype” just received a Mother’s Day makeover. Visit our updated “Say it with Skype” page on Facebook or Skype.com and tell your mom just how much she rocks! For every video card that is sent, Skype will donate one dollar to Save the Children on behalf of its Mom’s the Word campaign.*

Create the card early and schedule it for delivery on May 13th, just in case for some reason you forget to send it on Mother’s Day. When you send your mom a “Say it with Skype, Mom you rock” video card you created yourself, it’s almost like you are there in person.

Skype partnered with Mom Central Consulting to find out just how powerful voice and video communication can be. We found that an overwhelming majority of moms (80 percent) will be turning to technology like video chat or voice calls to share quality time with their loved ones this year because more than half won’t be spending time with their loved ones this Mother’s Day!**

Skype is proud to help enable meaningful communication this Mother’s Day by offering products such as free voice & video calls, group video chat and low rates to landlines or mobiles virtually anywhere in the world.

Mom can’t wait to see your smiling face, so visit www.facebook.com/skype and show her just how much she means to you.

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*For each “Say it With Skype” video message that is sent between April 29, 2012 and May 14, 2012, Skype will donate one dollar to the Save the Children’s Global Action Fund in support of Save the Children’s MomsTheWord.com campaign. For more information, please visit www.facebook.com/skype
** Mom Central Consulting surveyed 1,308 Moms to understand their attitudes toward technology, and how they connect with family and friends.

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