English Cell Carrier Raises Eyebrows – And Questions – Over Video Call Fees

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O2, the UK-based cell carrier and iPhone partner, caused a bit of a stir over the weekend when it published a list of iPhone service tariffs that included 20p-per-minute pricing for video calls.

Some suggest this is a clue that Apple will put the long-hoped-for front-facing camera on subsequent iPhone releases, since the current rear-facing design makes handheld videoconferencing pretty much impossible.

Others consider this wishful thinking, and believe O2 merely published a standard out-of-tariff list and neglected to remove the videoconferencing fees when it came to iPhone service.

[Via The Mac Observer]

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