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post #21 of 25
I'd pay $5 to Skype to not have ads. I just think it ruins the entire applications *cough* WLM *cough*.
post #22 of 25
I see no reason to complain either. If you don't use any of their pay services, how else do you expect them to support the service they offer you?
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post #23 of 25
skype has been good to us, man. They can have this.
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post #24 of 25
I mostly use Skype on my N900, as it is neatly integrated into the messaging application. I wouldn't know of any ads or such issues without these news

I've never gotten the client to work properly on my 7x64 desktop; it's occasionally crashing or just casually using 100% cpu and being laggy as hell.
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post #25 of 25
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Originally Posted by Aeonus View Post
I mostly use Skype on my N900, as it is neatly integrated into the messaging application. I wouldn't know of any ads or such issues without these news

I've never gotten the client to work properly on my 7x64 desktop; it's occasionally crashing or just casually using 100% cpu and being laggy as hell.
Strange, it works perfectly fine on mine
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