AT&T Expands ‘FaceTime’ After Net Neutrality Complaints


Consumer advocates are praising a decision by AT&T to end restrictions on a video-calling app — restrictions that critics say violate federal network competition rules. AT&T announced that it would expand access to FaceTime, an app that allows users to make calls without using a carrier’s voice service.

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