Thursday, November 8, 2012

AT & T rectified and allow you to use FaceTime on the data network

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iOS 6.0 was accompanied by a feature expected for some time: we allowed video calls (FaceTime) on the data network from our phone company. Thus, it relying on a WiFi connection to use FaceTime left behind. However, the U.S. carrier AT & T saw it as an opportunity to force their customers to switch to their new data rates.

AT & T disabled the use of FaceTime on your data network and the service offered only to those customers who upgrade to the new rates, which were more expensive. Abuse that has been widely criticized and now finally rectified. The phone company sent a statement reporting that allow you to use FaceTime on their 3G, HSPA and 4G/LTE no additional cost.

The change does not apply to all clients at once, but we have to wait 8 to 10 weeks to enjoy this feature on our iPhones.

More information- FaceTime Blocking by AT & T in the spotlight

Article AT & T rectified and will use FaceTime on the data network was originally published in News iPhone .

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