Apple iPhone 4G: Video Calling confirmed via tariff price leak

By Alan Ng - Mar 8, 2010

Some breaking news to bring you now, as O2 UK has seemingly confirmed video calling as a feature within the upcoming iPhone 4G, by mentioning it within their latest tariff updates on their network.

As reported from Pocket-Lint, O2 made the changes this weekend, with the added price listing for ‘UK video calls’ – which O2 are planning to charge the same amount as voice calls.

This latest bit of news back up rumors over the last month, that video calling within the iPhone 4G will be one of the new features that Apple bring to the table.

If you are planning to upgrade to the iPhone 4G, I think it is safe to start getting excited about video calling. Let us know your thoughts on this – screenshot is below.

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  • lee

    big news. one of the biggest failures is the operators failure to do something about the video call charges. Now it finally takes o2 and Apple to break the trend. I wonder what about orange and vodafone since almost everyone is allowed to sell the iphone now

  • emmylox

    Fantastic news _ I've been holding on changing my phone in the hope that the 4G would support video calling …. cant wait 🙂

    • Yeah, I have a feeling that many will see the iPhone in a different light now, with the addition of video calling.. good news indeed!