The second biggest wireless carrier in America is currently working to restore FaceTime for subscribers of its GoPhone unlimited plan. AT&T, however, still has not revealed the cause of the disruption.
A week ago, the mobile operator had introduced a $60 per month unlimited data option for customers of its GoPhone brand, and the plan included voice calls, text messaging, and data, but connection speeds are throttled at 3 mbps. A number of GoPhone customers, however, have already noticed that their new plan does not have support for Apple’s video calling feature on AT&T’s network.
Video calling is definitely a fun way to get connected with family and friends. Sure, you can always make a phone call, send a text message, or email -- but nothing beats talking to somebody face to face, even if it is just done through your smartphone's or tablet's display screen.
For iOS users, they already have a video calling service called FaceTime built in the operating system. But for Android users, they will need to make use of another app in order to facilitate video calling.
This brings us to the question: what video calling apps can Android users download in order make video calls?
Apple is enhancing the security of iMessage and FaceTime, specifically with regards to the log-in process of these services, in order to prevent hackers from gaining unauthorized access to users' accounts.
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