I’ve had Skype Unlimited US and Canada for about 7 months now.
I’ve had it understood that unlimited means without limit: not limited; unrestricted; unconfined, boundless; infinite.
Apparently when Unlimited calls is marked with an Asterisk it means 10,000 minutes per month due to a fair usage policy:
that’s 167 hours.
You see the advertised “unlimited calls*” and you think–you believe it won’t have a limit.
Yet there is a limit. That limit is 10,000 minutes/167 hours…
What the freak Skype?!
What now? Those unlimited plans they brought out for cell phones are they also unlimited calls with asterisk too?
Are they limited to 167 hours/10,000 minutes as well?
Why advertise something–label something as unlimited when it’s 10,000 minutes?
Deceptive marketing is what this is.