AT&T Launches Its Video Share Service
Jun 19, 2007, 11:15 AM by (staff)
AT&T officially announced its video sharing service today at NXTcomm in Chicago. The service lets people send a live video feed from one cell phone to another during a voice call. The service requires that both participants have Video Share-capable phones and is available in 3 markets immediately (Atlanta, Dallas and San Antonio), with other areas served by AT&T's 3G network becoming available later in July. When the Video Share session is started, either caller can choose to send the feed, but it is a one-way stream. The service will be available for 35 cents per minute, or bundled into two packages: $4.99 per month for 25 minutes of use, or $9.99 per month for 60 minutes of use.
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at least its a step
Plenty of places yet to be upgraded!!!
but seriously video share is a software upgrade to the billing and data sending systems. while building a 3g network involves union workers to climb a cell phone tower and, for lack of a better word "work".
Any help please?
also Im in denver, so we wont have it for awhile, but just curious.
Ah heck, think of this as kind of a new beginning. Kind of like how cellular plans were in the 80s, and early 90s. It wasn't really until the late 90s that people actually started to get som...
Anyone tried it?
*Warning- Not PC*
(2) Video Sharing makes no sense-- Most simply, don't get it if you don't want it. Also, it makes perfect sense. There are limits in all companies on the amount a video message can be. If you want to show som...
AT&T has to keep coming up with new innovative i...