A recent post over at MacRumors mentioned that AT&T is starting to roll out FaceTime over Cellular, 3G and 4G LTE, for iPhone and data owners. Previously we’ve reported that AT&T will be offering FaceTime of Cellular to iOS 6 users and LTE customers. AT&T stated that the change will be arriving within 8-10 weeks, but it seems that Christmas has come early for some receiving the feature as soon as today.
Even more great news is that this change doesn’t only apply to iPhone 5 owners but to everyone on iOS 6, 3G and HSPA+ users included. Reports mention that iPhone 4S and even iPhone 4 users are able to use FaceTime over 3G and HSPA+ running iOS 6, iOS 6.0.1, and iOS 6.1 Beta.
More info on how to enable FaceTime over Cellular after the jump.
If you are having trouble and your FaceTime over cellular isn’t work, we have been told that turning your device on then off might trigger the system.
Let us know if you’ve had any success and whether you’re using and iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4 or an iPad.
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