Say hello to Skype on Xbox One

Talk to friends while you’re watching TV, movies or playing games. Now it’s even easier to invite the whole gang into your living room — no matter where they are.

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What you can do with Skype on Xbox One

What you can do with Skype on Xbox One

  • Use Kinect to make HD, wide-angled, one-to-one video calls or get everyone together with group video.1
  • Call landlines and mobiles around the world at really low rates — right from your sofa.
  • Get call and message alerts on your TV screen, so you never miss a thing.
  • Send instant messages with friends while you watch live TV or play games.

Don’t have an Xbox One yet? Get yours.

Ready to get started? Turn on your Xbox One, then...


Say “Xbox, go to Skype” 2


Download and launch Skype


Sign in and start calling

Need some help? Visit Xbox One support site.

Help and support

New to Skype on Xbox or just need a little help? Find out how to:

Free group video calling and 100 worldwide minutes per month

Every Xbox One comes with six months of free group video calling and 100 minutes of calls per month to landlines and mobiles in over 50 countries.3 All you have to do is sign in to Skype on Xbox One to get going.

1 For 1080p video call, both users must have compatible HD displays, web cams and messaging clients, and broadband internet. Up to four people can be added to a group video call on Xbox One. At least one person on the call must have a Skype Premium account.

2 Kinect voice functionality will not be available in all markets on the product release date.

3 Skype on Xbox One offer requires paid Xbox Live Gold membership (sold separately). Offer must be redeemed via Skype on Xbox One by June 30, 2014; valid only in select Xbox One-supported Xbox Live countries. Offer limited to 1 Skype account and 1 Xbox Live Gold primary account holder. Broadband internet required; ISP fees may apply. Calling to select countries and lines only. See country list and offer terms at