It seems that the Windows Phone Skype App is nearing its release and it will be embedded soon in Microsoft’s Windows mobiles.
Although Microsoft now owns Skype but the video calling service is still not available on Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform. Windows Phone, despite being owned by Microsoft, is the only mobile operating system to lack a fully-fledged Skype client. Mobile networks, additionally, make much of their profits from voice calls, but Skype turns voice calls into data traffic, which is often less lucrative and places a burden on network infrastructure. Microsoft has promised that Skype will be soon available someday to Windows Phone users, but that’s still a pretty vague timeframe.
During CES in Las Vegas, Skype Vice-president of products Rick Osterloh said :