After months of waiting, AT&T has finally made its Video Share service available nationwide. It launched the service in three cities back in June--San Antonio, Atlanta, and Dallas--but it is now available in 160 cities across the country. The video-calling service is pretty limited for now--it only supports one-way video streaming--but it's still a first in the country. The service is supported on only a few handsets: the LG CU500V, the Samsung Sync, the Samsung A717, and the Samsung A727. Also note that both the sender and the recipient will have to have 3G phones on a 3G network. The service will cost a pretty penny as well: $4.99 per month for 25 minutes, or $9.99 for 60 minutes. If you don't have a Video Share subscription, you can still use it for 35 cents per minute. (Only the sender will be charged.)
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