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19 January 2012

The integration of Skype VoIP and video calling application with Microsoft’s Windows Phone may happen “soon.”
Skype that was moved aside from Windows Phone in favor of competitor Tango is said to be poised to make its appearance on the smartphone "soon."
Microsoft had planned to launch the integration by the end of 2011, but delayed until Mobile World Congress in February and “a full integration not happening until the entire OS is updated later in 2012.”
Microsoft acquired Skype for $8.5 billion last year, but the company decided to use Tango's video calling service with phones running on the refreshed Windows Phone OS.
While Microsoft representatives have said that the company plans to aggressively integrate Skype into company’s products, “the timing of the deal meant that the company had to turn instead to Tango for a quick fix.”
Tango currently has 25 million registered users in 190 countries with about new 500,000 users weekly; the service is growing “about twice as fast as Skype did when it first launched.”

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