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AT&T Is Angry and Not Afraid to Show It |


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ATT made it very clear today who is in charge. In a terse, borderline condescending note, ATT lectured some its customers for voicing their objections to the company’s new policy regarding Apple’s FaceTime app. The note is actually refreshingly honest and free of spin, offering a glance into how the company views itself and its relationship with the people who use its network.

First, a quick recap: In June, Apple revealed that its extremely competent video-chatting app, FaceTime, which had previously been limited to Wi-Fi, would be coming the 3G and 4G networks with the release of iOS 6 this fall. I was there in San Francisco’s Moscone Center when Apple’s Scott Forstall made the announcement, and the crowd reacted

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