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+ - Microsoft: Messenger Will Be Retired And Users Migrated To Skype On March 15

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "Microsoft on Tuesday mass emailed its 100 million+ Messenger users to let them know that the service is officially being retired on March 15, 2013. On that date, all users will be migrated to Skype, which Microsoft acquired back in May 2011 for $8.5 billion. This means Messenger will be shut down in just 66 days. It will only keep working afterwards in mainland China, mainly because Skype is operated there by a local provider called TOM."
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Microsoft: Messenger Will Be Retired And Users Migrated To Skype On March 15

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