Sunday, July 22, 2007

AT&T's IMS-based "Video Share" App Now Available in 160 Markets

AT&T announced the nationwide launch of AT&T Video Share in nearly 160 markets. The IMS-based Video Share application runs over the 3G network and enables one-way live streaming-video feeds that can be seen by both parties while they are participating in a two-way voice conversation. Once the parties have initiated a Video Share call, either one can be the one generating the video stream for the other to see.

AT&T said services such as Video Share eventually will be accessible over any of the three primary screens that customers use most frequently - the wireless device, the PC and the television. AT&T Labs is working on service enhancements that eventually will enable wireless video feeds to be shared over IPTV or PC screens.

To use the service, a Video Share-capable handset is required. Two Video Share service packages will be available for $4.99 a month for 25 minutes of Video Share usage or $9.99 a month for 60 minutes of usage.


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