First Skype Video Booth at Estonia Airport

The world's first Skype video booth has been installed at Tallinn International Airport, in the same city where the popular internet calling service was built.

First Skype Booth

Skype at the airport can be used much the same way you use Skype from your personal computer. After sign-in at the terminal, calls can be made on a 22-inch touch screen using Skype credits. A sensor in the booth's floor detects when someone is in the booth and the booth itself provides some privacy. There is a headset for the caller's use to help prevent others from eavesdropping on conversations.

Estonian is the home of Skype, where the company got its start back in 2003. The company plans to place Skype booth in malls, hotels and hospitals throughout Estonia as well as other airports worldwide.

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