Canadian Networks Test Inter-Carrier Video Calling
Feb 24, 2010, 5:12 PM by Philip Berne
Bell Canada, Rogers and Telus have announced the first trials of inter-carrier video calling on North American 3G networks. Previously, video calling was available in Canada provided callers were both on the same cellular carrier. Now, however, the three major Canadian networks have tested video calls between networks using the 3G-324M Video Telephony standard, a common protocol on video call-enabled phones. The carriers have not annonunced specific availability plans for the service. In the U.S., AT&T, which uses the same 3G network standard as the Canadian carriers, offers a sort of one-way video calling in its video sharing service, but this is only available for AT&T customers using video share capable devices.
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