Sify Introduces Lower Skype Credit Prices Starting at Rs 30 in India


Sify has introduced 3 new price-points for purchasing Skype Credit in India, available exclusively on its website at

The new price-points starts from Rs. 30, Rs. 60 and Rs. 120 for Sify users, which otherwise is available starting at Rs. 300 in India, the company said.

Commenting on the new offerings, Judd Harcombe, Head of Emerging Market Business Development at Skype, said, “We are always looking to find ways to make it easier for Skype users in India to purchase Skype credit and subscriptions through our continued partnership with Sify. We are committed to ensuring that Skype is accessible and provides an easy way for users in India to connect with friends and family.”

Earlier this year, Skype partnered with Sify to introduce local payments through Debit Cards and Net Banking in addition to Credit Card options.

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