AT&T launches Video Share in 3 cities

AT&T's video-calling service is the first of its kind in the country.

AT&T's new Video Share service
AT&T's new Video Share service AT&T

Months after it was first announced back in January of this year, AT&T has finally rolled out its Video Share service. Only available on the LG CU500V so far, this new video-calling service is the first of its kind in the country. However, it only offers one-way video streaming for now--meaning the recipient can't send any video at the same time. Hopefully AT&T will expand the service to support two-way video calling, but until then, this might prove to be an easy way to share an interesting video in real time. AT&T has launched Video Share only in three cities, however--San Antonio, Atlanta, and Dallas. It won't be available in the rest of the country until late July.

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