Video Chat Battle
Three groups sent a letter to AT&T today warning that if it goes ahead with plans to limit Apple's FaceTime video chat, they are going to file a formal complaint with the Federal Communications Commission. Last month, AT&T said it would start letting FaceTime users chat over its cellular network only if those customers bought a new data plan called Mobile Share. iPhone and iPad users who signed up for AT&T service under unlimited data plans that AT&T no longer offers to new customers are the main ones affected by AT&T's restriction. AT&T is hoping to get them to drop the unlimited plans and sign up for new ones that offer a fixed amount of data every month.