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How to unify Skype and MSN

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How to unify Skype and MSN: Following the acquisition of Skypewhich took place on May 10, 2011 for the record figure of 8.5 billion dollars, Microsoft has decided to close the historic Windows Live Messenger service (also known as MSN Messenger) by diverting all communications to the famous VoIP client, which now integrates a function which allows you to unify the contacts of the two platforms in just a few clicks.

This means that if you haven’t done so yet, you definitely need to find out how to unify Skype and MSN so as not to lose your old Messenger contacts and continue chatting with them through Skype, which as you well know not only allows you to make calls via the Internet and make online video calls but also to chat for free. Find all the instructions you need to complete this procedure below.

If you don’t know how to unify Skype and MSN, you can fix it in an extremely easy and fast way. All you need to do is start Skype and click on the item Microsoft account placed on the service login screen, if you do not see the login screen but Skype is automatically logged in, log out of your account by selecting the item Go out from the menu Skype (top left).

At this point, enter the access data of your Microsoft / Hotmail account in the form that is proposed to you and click on the button Log inthen click on the button I have a Skype accountenter your Skype account login details and click on Log in and then on Go on to merge the two profiles.

If you have installed Skype for the first time and are therefore not yet registered to the service, you can create a free account and unify Skype and MSN clicking on the item Microsoft account located on the service login screen, by entering the login data of your Microsoft / Hotmail account in the form that is proposed to you and clicking on the button Log in.

At this point, click on the button I have now started using Skypeaccept the conditions of use of the program by clicking on the button Agree – create Skype account and follow the rest of the steps to sign in to Skype using your Microsoft (formerly MSN) account.

For more information on how to sign up for Skype and how Skype works, I invite you to read the guides I have published on these two topics, where you can find all the information you need to start using Skype without problems.