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Skype video call saves wedding messed up by volcanic ash
The took their vows in front of hotel guests and a webcam equipped laptop broadcast the event to friends and family back in the United Kingdom.
Best of all, the celebration was shared with other hotel guests who had been stranded for days - and since everyone loves a wedding, some guests even helped out with hair and make-up for the Bride.
I've been a long time fan of Skype, and always use it when I'm on the road - the video communication part of Skype is a fantastic way of staying in touch with my family and free Skype to Skype calling has saved me thousands in international calling charges.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, the hotel even decorated the lobby and made a three tier wedding cake.
For those that have never used Skype - I highly recommend taking it for a spin. With Skype on your laptop, desktop or even on your mobile device, you can make free calls to other Skype users, or very cheap calls to landline and mobile numbers. In addition to voice calls, Skype also does hassle-free video calls in very high quality, without having to deal with networking issues.