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AT&T Commits To Less FaceTime Blocking
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11/17/2012 | 12:42:37 AM
re: AT&T Commits To Less FaceTime Blocking
That is a smart move by AT&T, with all the applications and services like face time, more and more people are resorting to alternative methods of communication. I am not surprised that AT&T tried to charge, therefore making other mobile carriers consider to also start charging additional funds to run such applications. It is sad to see that they did not make the move until they were pressed by outside groups.

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