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Submission + - FaceTime 3G plan being rolled out in Germany (geek.com)

An anonymous reader writes: It looks as though FaceTime might finally be about to get a 3G option. The testing ground is Germany, and the network considering its introduction is Deutsche Telekom, who own and operate T-Mobile.

Although not publicly announced yet, an internal sales document has hinted that a VoIP/FaceTime plan is being introduced. It won’t be free though, with the suggested price being 9.95 euros a month ($13). Such an extra charge makes sense if the data usage is as high as 200MB per hour, but surely there will be a quota of minutes attached to that charge.

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FaceTime 3G plan being rolled out in Germany

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