When testers were playing around with the developer version of iOS 6, attempts to use facetime resulted in a popup message prompting the user to contact AT&T to enable the new feature. They spoke out, saying they are working closely with Apple on the new developer build of iOS 6 and that they would share more information with customers as it becomes available. (They never denied making consumers pay extra for the service). The new iPhone is rumored to include a 4G radio (which is standard in all android phones now), so people don’t have to worry about not having enough bandwidth. Apple announced that carrier charges may apply and that it will require either an iPhone 4S or a 3rd generation iPad. It seems Ma Bell has big plans for the future.