AT&T gets a little more lenient with FaceTime over cellular, but don’t get too excited

AT&T has just announced that it is becoming a tad more lenient when it comes to FaceTime over cellular. As many of you may already know, or remember, AT&T said that FaceTime will only be allowed over its network if you are on a shared data plan. All of those with unlimited data that wanted to keep it, were out of luck. Well now it is allowing users of LTE-capable devices to use FaceTime, if that customer is on a tiered data plan. So still no unlimited use. This feature isn’t available though for the next 8-10 weeks, with no reasoning whatsoever. So other than for iPhone 5, iPad 3 and 4, and iPad mini users, nothing has changed. I personally have Verizon, so I’m good to go on my unlimited plan with FaceTime, but I am sympathetic for those on AT&T.

What do you think? Wonder why it won’t let all users take advantage? Are you an upset AT&T customer? Let us know in the comments, or tweet me @TiP_Kyle.


Via: The Verge, AT&T

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