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Skype,Google,Youtube and Amazon express solidarity for the victims of Paris attacks

by SowmyaNovember 15, 2015

In the light of barbaric terrorist attack on paris ,communication services are lending helping hand to the affected victims.To help the people stay in touch with their family and friends,Skype has now made calls to France free of charge for the next few days.

Skype announced on its blog that all domestic and international calls made to mobile and landlines in France will be free of charge. Users can take advantage of free calling from their PCs, smartphones and tablets. To call a mobile or landline number from Skype, users need to select call phones tab on the smartphone, tablet or PC, select the country and then enter the phone number of the recipient.

There are however, a few caveats – calls to non-geographical numbers, special and premium services will not be treated as free calls. Although Skype has made calling free, Internet and mobile fees may still apply.

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Besides skype ,Youtube a video sharing website and Amazon a E-commerce website  also paid aslo paid tribute to Paris on their websites.Facebook also allowed users to show support by applying France’s national flag filter to the profile pictures.

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Adding to the source,Google is also offering free calls to france for all calls made from its hangouts dailer.For this user need to download and open the hangouts dailer client on their android and iOS smartphones.To call any landline or mobile number in France user needs to add prefix +33 ,the country code followed by the number.

All the international calls made to france via Hangouts app will be free,announced technical gaint google for the next few days following the brutal attacks in the city.

Islamic state on saturday claimed responsibility for the suicide bombings in France national stadium and several restaurants.

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