When Apple launched iOS 6, it was happy to announce that FaceTime was finally going to be available over 3G. Great! But now, 9to5mac is reporting, based on leaked screenshots, that using FaceTime over AT&T's 3G network may require a paid-for contract bolt-on. Not so great.
Apparently, attempting to use FaceTime on iPhone over 3G with AT&T brings up a message, prompting the user to contact AT&T to have the feature enabled. While there's no doubt that FaceTime would gobble up data at a rapid rate, it does raise one big question: would you pay to use FaceTime over 3G? [9to5mac]