winsyrstrifeRiver City BouncePremium
While I personally can't stand AT&T, I am curious about this situation. If unlimited users were allowed Facetime access, how do we know for a fact that it wouldn't eventually cause network congestion? It seems that many people use Facetime, from what I've seen of the Apple device users in my company.
Now, if giving unlimited users access to Facetime did cause network congestion, I suppose AT&T would be bashed in another headline suggesting a lack of investment in network infrastructure to support the demand.
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I hear the words of what I'll become, how eager the hands that reach for love." - Blind Melon - New Life