AT&T (T) once more provokes a consumer backlash by stating Apple's (AAPL) FaceTime...

|By:, SA News Editor

AT&T (T) once more provokes a consumer backlash by stating Apple's (AAPL) FaceTime video-calling app can only be used over its network by users subscribed to a costly shared data plan. "Exceptionally hostile to net neutrality," declares The Verge. Perhaps it's fitting the move comes a day after BGR argued AT&T was more inept at PR than Verizon (VZ), in light of the latter's ability to win regulatory approval for its spectrum purchases, and the former's failure to do so for the T-Mobile acquisition.