“AT&T appears to be in the midst of rolling out support for Apple’s FaceTime video calling service for iPhone on its cellular network, making good on a promise to support all video chat apps over wireless by the end of the year,” AppleInsider reports.
“While no public announcement has been made regarding the latest policy change, a number of AppleInsider readers, including Jon from Maryland, have reported a recent activation of FaceTime over cellular on both LTE and HSPA+, even those with grandfathered unlimited data plans,” AppleInsider reports. “Previously, the company stated it would be activating the service in June for LTE devices only.”
AppleInsider reports, “So far, activation of the service has been verified in parts of New York, Maryland, Georgia, Louisiana, California and Hawaii.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]