This new Send Money feature requires the new Skype clients, which for now means Android and iOS only.
Skype users can now send money to one another thanks to a new partnership with PayPal. You'll need to have the latest version of Skype to use the feature, but the recipient can be running any version. Sending and money over skype will be directly from and to the linked PayPal account, and the only difference is you are not on the PayPal app/website. PayPal's payment system on Skype works pretty much as it does on other communication platforms like Slack and iMessage.
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To try it out, swipe right when you're chatting with someone then tap Send Money.
The Send Money feature is supported in 22 countries. That is, sending is free when you use your PayPal balance or debit card in the U.S. If you choose to use a credit card instead, the fee is 3.4 percent of the transaction amount plus $0.30. That's why we aim to provide people with choice and flexibility in how they send or receive money. United States of America, Canada, UK (Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Man) Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain.
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