I don't know if this has been discussed or not, I couldn't find it in the forums. I bought a legally factory unlocked iPhone 4 in Hong Kong, at an Apple store. I'm now working in Thailand, and of course, can't use Facetime. Can anyone explain to me why Apple would create such a cool feature (which can only be used over wifi), and then lock it, allowing only people on certain carriers to use it? Shouldn't I be able to use it? I bought the phone, it's mine, and it's not something I should have to Jailbreak or Hack to get to work. (Yes, I know about MiTime and no, I can't get that to work either.) Shouldn't I simply be able to connect to wifi, click on someone's email address and start a Facetime conversation with them? At least on a factory unlocked iPhone? I just don't get it. What is Apple at risk of losing by unlocking it? It's the same as Yahoo Video Chat, or iChat. It just pisses me off to no end that I can't use it to talk to my GF in another country, over wifi, because I'm not an AT&T customer. I mean, I could buy an iPod Touch and Facetime, why not on my iPhone though? Crazy, daddy-o.