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Specifically, Skype Access' partnerships now include more than 500,000 hotspots around the world, including 500 airports, 30,000 hotels, and many other locations. The VoIP company has partnered with eight international Wi-Fi providers, according to Mashable:
The service allows Skype users to pay for Wi-Fi hotspot access using Skype Credit on a per minute basis (prices range from $0.05 to $0.19). Skype introduced the program in January 2009 and has slowly expanded it over time, though this announcement is probably the biggest. Skype Access requires you to use the latest version of Skype for Windows or Mac.
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