East Rutherford, NJ. Actually drove from central jersey all the way to NYC and it worked fine thinking it was geographically limited. It's probably being rolled out by userStarted working for a friend of mine that lives half mile away, still not activated for me though..
Where are you located?
Nope, my i5 on unlimited data hasn't had that option available at all.Hasn't 3G FaceTime on AT&T been enabled for all LTE devices regardless of data plan since December? The only devices that would see a change from AT&T's new policy would be 4S users on iOS 6+ with unlimited data.
Same here. The "use cellular data" option for facetime on my iPhone was always switched off by default. When I would try to switch it on in the past I'd get the message saying I needed to switch to a tiered plan.I went to check on mine today, just because of this thread. Not that I ever use it, but my interest was piqued. Interestingly, it was already set to use mobile data. Strange.
Same here. Just looked and seen it was not only available (not grayed out) but also was turned on. Before, its been off and disabled.Nope, my i5 on unlimited data hasn't had that option available at all.
It just appeared about a few days ago.
It was for all LTE devices but not unlimited iPhone data plans.
That would be nice. However, I'm not sure they will do that under the "AT&T" brand. They are playing with the idea using their own MVNO, AIO.I doubt it.
Hope they follow Tmobiles approach on subsidies and lower the montly premium on customers with paid off devices.