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Skype Manager Subscriptions Expand to Include 170 Countries

Skype Manager is a web-based management tool that lets you centrally manage Skype in your business. You can use it to create Skype accounts and allocate credit and features so that everyone gets the most out of Skype.

Perhaps you have some employees who call the UK most often, but others who need to contact clients in Japan. Or, you may have certain employees who need Skype Premium for group video calling capabilities, and others who don’t. Skype Manager makes it easy to set each employee up with exactly the features and subscriptions they need to do their jobs well.

Now, using Skype Manager just got even easier for global entrepreneurs: we’ve significantly increased our country and plan coverage by allowing administrators to allocate Skype subscriptions from over 170 countries, including recent additions Brazil, Russia and Mexico. Today, all Skype subscriptions are available on Skype Manager.

For people who want to regularly communicate and collaborate with colleagues, customers and business partners across the world, Skype subscriptions allow you to do so at a fixed price. You can choose the best subscription for your business needs and communicate directly from the familiar Skype app from any device, whether it’s a desktop computer, phone or tablet. People using Skype Manager can now have more than one subscription as well.

For more on how to benefit from Skype Manager in your business, you can find helpful posts here and here. For a quick tutorial, this video can get you started as well.

How will the expanded Skype Manager help your business? Tell us in the comments.

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