Microsoft: People Spend 2 Billion Minutes A Day On Skype

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Microsoft Skype today announced some stats about the service used by millions of people around the world. People are spending more than 2 billion minutes connecting with each other on Skype in a day.

To put that in a perspective,

That’s enough time to travel to the moon and back over 225 thousand times, walk around Earth more than 845 times or travel to Mars more than 5,400 times.

2 billion minutes is more than 33 million hours of people singing, laughing, joking and staying in touch. That means 1,388,000 days of togetherness which make up more than 3,805 years of sharing or nearly 38 centuries of time spent on Skype in one day.

Read more about it from the link below.

Source: Skype



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  • Zicoz

    Imagine if Skype was actually, you know good. :)

  • opteron opteron

    Why is MS not making $2billion per year on Skype then?

    • http://twitter.com/Camptime Albert

      You do realize Skype to Skype is free. Or Maby you have no clue because you have never tried there service.

      • arrow2010

        Irrelevant, if people are freeloading on Skype that is a bad business to be in.

        • Art

          There are other free audio calling and video chat apps out there. Skype is one of them.