It’s not polite to call someone out of the blue anymore. That’s why Facebook thinks video calling will live naturally inside Messenger.Today, Messenger is launching free VOIP video calling over cellular and wifi connections on i OS and Android in the U. Facebook’s goal is to connect people face to face no matter where they are or what mobile connection they have.There are certain features that conflict with AT&T HD Voice which can be found at att.com/hdvoice.Just touch the Video Call icon on your Video Call-capable device from your contacts, call logs, or favorites. The person you are calling must also meet the requirements for AT&T Video Call.Of course, we will not view your team/company data.Group video chat and screen sharing are only available on Plus accounts.After 30 days you will need to provide a credit card to continue using the Plus features.
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Bringing it to mobile could Messenger a serious competitor to i OS-only Face Time, clunky Skype, and less-ubiquitous Google Hangouts.