AT&T Extends Support For Facetime Over Cellular To LTE, Deaf Customers

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AT&T announced today that it will enable FaceTime over Cellular free of charge for iOS 6 customers who own an LTE device on any of its connected data plan.

The U.S. telecoms carrier says FaceTime, the video-calling feature of Apple’s iOS platform, will be made available to LTE customers with tiered data plans.

AT&T will also continue to offer FaceTime over Cellular to customers subscribed to its Mobile Share plan, as well as FaceTime over Wi-Fi, which has always been available for all customers.  AT&T expects to roll out this functionality to customers over the next eight to ten weeks.

As part of its commitment to serving customers with disabilities, AT&T is also making FaceTime over Cellular available to deaf and hard of hearing customers who qualify for special text and data-only packages.

AT&T holds the most number of iPhone customers in the U.S.

AT&T Extends Support For Facetime Over Cellular To LTE, Deaf Customers

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Author: Francis Rey

Franz believes voracious readers are good writers. So, he reads or writes anything that piques his interest, especially social media. When AFK, he spends his downtime on road trips and binges.

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