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One thing you can do make a video call to another user. This will test your bandwidth capacity of sending video and receiving at the same time. You can tell your partner to do the same test with another user. I guess that your partner internet connection is slow.That is low bandwidth... Check this Also I would recommend to update with latest version of skype. http://www.skype.com/download/skype/windows/?c=101
Try this and let me know the feedback Regards Uttam
I emailed Binatone about this problem. They first suggested that I go into SKYPE tools, then options, then advanced and check the Binatone phone was allowed access to SKYPE. It was, they suggested I reload SKYPE.
I made sure the Binatone phone software had been loaded correctly, then I reloaded the Skype program. The icon for the phone was still red with a cross through it, but them about 20 minutes later the icon turned green and had the message USB phone - connected, SKYPE - connected.
Fingers crossed it has been fine since then.
Hope this works for you as well.
You may have to close the CIT200 program by right-clicking it's icon in the system tray .. then log into the 2nd Skype account and restart the CIT200 program. *shrug* This might do the trick for your situation.