AT&T Expands FaceTime Support To Those With Tiered Data Plans & LTE-Capable Devices

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  1. MotionMan

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    I have the right kind of iPhone and the right kind of data plan. Unfortunately, I have little desire to use FaceTime much ;)

    http://techcrunch.com/2012/11/08/at...e-with-tiered-data-plans-lte-capable-devices/

    MotionMan
     
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    iPhone 4S on unlimited. I guess I'm not any step closer than I was before. Lame.
     
  4. MotionMan

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    I used it on the ride home for fun. I reversed the camera and showed my daughter what part of my commute looked like.

    Thank you, AT&T.

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  5. Wonderful Pork

    Wonderful Pork Golden Member

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    FaceTime over cellular would have been awesome for me. I was traveling for a week+ and wanted to see the GF, But the hotel wifi sucked. Had 5 bars of LTE though, still couldn't FaceTime. Ridiculous.
     
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    What's ridiculous is FaceTime works perfectly on Straight Talk AT&T 3G. So AT&T contract users who pay $100 a month can't use Facetime cellular but Straight Talk AT&T users who pay $45 a month can use it without any restrictions. How messed up is that?