lack of the iPhone and how much it was hurting its sales?is always cracking me up. In a recent commercial, the carrier pokes fun at the and AT&T. Apparently, FaceTime – a video calling feature available only on the iPhone 4 – can’t be fully supported by AT&T’s network, hence its Wi-Fi only limitation. Fair enough, but wasn’t T-Mobile the one whining last month about the
At any rate, the message is clear and true. FaceTime, as nice a feature as it is, is limited to Wi-Fi only unless your iPhone 4 is jailbroken and you’re using an app that tricks your phone into thinking it’s on Wi-Fi when it’s really on 3G. If you move beyond your Wi-Fi router’s reach, it’s over.
While that’s nice and all, consumers ought to know that video calling over 3G totally sucks, too. Or, excuse me, “4G.” In my experience, calls over HSPA+ or WiMax are still piss poor. Your friends and family look pixelated, and they sometimes sound a little robotic, too. I guess the message here is that you’re able to make video calls – no matter how craptacular they are – over T-Mobile’s network.
Check out the video for yourself!
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