More NewsIntel wants you to call your Mother

Intel wants you to call your Mother

With Mother's Day fast approaching, Intel is partnering with Skype to provide users of the online voice communication system with free phone calls to anywhere in the world. Intel is sponsoring the offering, which it's calling the Gift of Gab, to let US and Canadian users call anywhere in the world free on Sunday May 13th

MomPhone.jpgWith Mother’s Day fast approaching, Intel is partnering with Skype to provide users of the online voice communication system with free phone calls to anywhere in the world.

Intel is sponsoring the offering, which it’s calling the Gift of Gab, to let US and Canadian users call anywhere in the world free on Sunday May 13th. Of course Skype is promoting its Skype Unlimited Calling, and Intel is trying to demonstrate the use of PCs powered by the Intel Core 2 Duo processor, but considering Mother’s Day is the busiest calling holiday of the year, I’d have to agree there’s probably no better day to make calls for free.

So don’t forget to call your Mother.

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