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AT&T reportedly begins wide cellular support for FaceTime
AT&T appears to have quietly begun rolling out nationwide support for Apple's FaceTime videoconferencing app for iPhone on its cellular network.
While AT&T has made no official announcement about beginning a nationwide rollout, the move would be a major step toward fulfilling a promise it made in May that its LTE customers would be able to use video chat apps from Apple, Samsung, and BlackBerry over the AT&T network by mid-June.
Customers of the wireless service in New York, Maryland, Georgia, Louisiana, California, and Hawaii tell�AppleInsider�that they have verified activation of the service. Users report that voice and video quality is on par with the W-Fi version of the service, suggesting that speeds are not being restricted for subscribers using AT&T's network.
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