Friday, August 15, 2014

Skype apps for Android OS 2.2 are being permanently retired

   We've noticed that you are, or previously were, signed into Skype on a phone running the
Android 2.2 (or below) operating system. We're sorry to inform you that we are now retiring all Skype apps that work on these older versions of the Android operating system. As a result, within the next few weeks, you'll no longer be able to sign in and use Skype on any Android 2.2 (or below) phone. If possible, we recommend that you upgrade your phone to a newer version of Android to continue using Skype.

If you've been using Skype on a more recent Android device, the above does not apply.

You can still stay in touch with friends and family using Skype on your desktop computer, laptop, phone, tablet or even an Xbox One. You can sign into them all using the same Skype account. The latest versions of Skype for all your devices are available at
Have you recently upgraded to a new Android phone or tablet?
If you have then we recommend you check the Play Store to get the latest Skype app for your device.
Do you have a Skype calling subscription?
If you want to cancel your subscription please follow the instructions on this FAQ.
Requesting a refund
To see if you are entitled to a Skype Credit or subscription refund please contact customer support for more information.

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