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Skype Slowly Coming Back To Life, Estimated 10 Million People Online Again

December 23rd, 2010 12:34 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Skype users has been experiencing a lot of connection problems in the past day or so, as you’ve undoubtedly noticed. The service is now slowly crawling back into the land of the living.

The Skype team has been doing a good job keeping people informed about the problems, although they’ve been unable to say when service will be restored for everyone.

The company has just announced that an estimated 10 million people are now back online, although they’re unable to obtain an exact figure because of the way the software works.

Nevertheless, if you’re still in a state of panic, salvation appears nigh.

Oh and in case you weren’t clear about what the problem is, exactly: it’s the SUPERNODES!

Source: Skype Slowly Coming Back To Life, Estimated 10 Million People Online Again

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