AT&T’s new Video Share service allows subscribers to send live video from one cellphone to another.
It’s currently available in just three cities: Atlanta, Dallas, and San Antonio. Other cities can expect to see the service sometime in late July, though no further specifics are available.
According to MSN, the company said it will offer Video Share service packs for $4.99 and $9.99 a month, depending on included minutes. Without a plan, the service costs 35 cents a minute.
Like many recently introduced phone services, this one could be useful, but monthly charges like that really add up.