Microsoft is once again using Skype to boost the overall number of users of a specific service, this time trying to convince everyone to set MSN as their homepage.Since the company is betting big on the MSN portal, Microsoft is now offering up to 60 minutes of free Skype calls to landlines and mobile phones if they agree to make MSN the default homepage in their browser.
“Get the Best of Now. MSN has teamed up with Skype to make our breaking news, celebrity exclusives and trending topics even easier to share. Make MSN your homepage and enjoy up to 60 minutes of free UK and international calls to landlines and mobiles with Skype,” the ad reads.
Vouchers must be redeemed by August 31, 2013, but all the details on the new campaign are available on this page.