Please note: For the purposes of the poll, choose what you think will happen, not what you'd like. It's inevitable that Facetime will make it onto 3G. To realize its full potential, it has to. But we also know AT&T's network could not handle people making Facetime calls willy-nilly. I think the move to capped plans was in part to reduce/discourage Face-timing over 3G. My wife and I grandfathered our unlimited plans for this very reason - though neither of us use over 100MB per month, we're hoping that it will be a smart move when AT&T allows Facetime over 3G. Do you think they will? Or do you think they will introduce a new category of data - Facetime 3G - that will surely come with its own set of minutes and pricing? Will iPhone 4 plans suddenly include....100 minutes of Facetime 3G per month? More/less? When they do roll out Facetime over 3G, are you willing to pay additional for it? How much? How they choose to deal with video-calling is sort of another game-changing moment in the industry.