Skype has a feature called "Automatic top-up", which adds credit to your service balance when it reaches a certain amount. For this, the system uses the data and payment methods saved in the account, crediting R $ 30.00 when the amount is less than R $ 6.00. To avoid surprises, check out the following tutorial and learn how to prevent Skype from automatically reloading your account on iPhone (iOS) and Android.
Learn how to disable automatic recharge on Skype Photo: Anna Kellen Bull / TechTudo
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Step 1. Open the Skype app and tap on your profile photo to access your settings. On the next page, scroll down to the "Accounts and Settings" section.
Access the Skype settings Photo: Reproduction / Taysa Coelho
Step 2. Select the "Skype Credit and Subscriptions" option. If the key for the item "Automatic recharge" is blue, it means that the option is activated. Tap on it to disable it.
Disable Skype's automatic recharge option Photo: Reproduction / Taysa Coelho
Step 3. Confirm your choice by clicking "Disable". Note that the color of the "Auto recharge" option key will then turn gray.
Confirm the option by clicking "Disable" Photo: Reproduo / Taysa Coelho