AT&T FaceTime Policy Could Open Door To Carriers Restricting Which Customers Can Use Certain Apps

AT&T FaceTime Policy Could Open Door To Carriers Restricting Which Customers Can Use Certain Apps

Late last week, AT&T confirmed that while iPhone users will be able to use the FaceTime video chat app over its 3G and 4G networks, customers would have to subscribe to one of the company’s new Mobile Share plans. This has obviously not been sitting well with critics who say its a violation of FCC Open Internet rules, and AT&T has attempted to explain its position on the matter. But the Death Star’s explanation only gives us more cause for concern. [More]