Tuesday, 16 April 2013

AT&T Allows iPhone VoIP Calls Over 3G

The wires just got hotter and hotter with AT T stating that restrictions
concerning the iPhone VoIP calls over 3G have now been waved. If the
iPhone previously offered VoIP calls only via Wi-Fi, today AT T has
announced in a press release that they have taken necessary steps to
allow Apple to enable VoIP applications on their smartphone to run on
the carrier's wireless network.

iPhone is an innovative device that dramatically changed the game in
wireless when it was introduced just two years ago, said Ralph de la
Vega, president and CEO, AT T Mobility Consumer Markets. Today's
decision was made after evaluating our customers' expectations and use
of the device compared to dozens of others we offer.

The new announcement comes in as a follow up to the FCC's renewed push
for net neutrality, but it looks more like a way to ensure more
attractive options for consumers.

Meanwhile you can start dreaming about Skype or other VoIP applications
that will get you nearly free calls to wherever in the world. Sounds
like a good decision from our end …

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