A couple of days ago we reported for you that AT&T said it will charge for using FaceTime over Cellular data in the new iOS 6. The carrier has yet to deny accusations that it will charge customers extra for Apple’s video calling service. Today and according to Sprint’s Spokeswoman has just confirmed that Sprint company won’t charge for FaceTime over cellular. And this is a good news for those users who are making video-calling over cellular data.
The Wall Street Journal Reports:
“Sprint Nextel Corp., which still offers unlimited data to new and existing users on its network, said it has no plans to erect pricing barriers to FaceTime.
“We are committed to our unlimited data and that means not charging for data consumption based on the application,” a spokeswoman said.”
And just for those who don’t know this thing, Sprint is the only iPhone carrier in the United States to still offer an unlimited data plan to new customers.
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