Microsoft Teams rolls out 'personal life' features including free video calls with friends and family

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Microsoft Teams rolls out 'personal life' features including free video calls with friends and family
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Microsoft Teams rolls out 'personal life' features including free video calls with friends and family

The new Teams version allows users to host group chats with users who don't have Teams account

Microsoft has launched the personal version of its popular communication app Microsoft Teams, enabling people to stay in touch with their family and friends through free all-day free video calling....

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