O2 says that listing “video calls” in their UK pricing plans was a mistake, and not an indication that the iPhone 4 will feature video calling.
In a statement to the press, a spokesperson said: “the iPhone section of our website states video calling is charged at the same price as voice calls. We can confirm that this was listed in error. We will be amending our website shortly to clarify this.”
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The possibility of a new iPhone with a front-facing camera emerged earlier today when the network provider seemed to have added video call costs to its price plans.
This doesn’t necessarily mean that the next-gen iPhone won’t support video calling, just that there will be some web monkeys getting a very severe telling off very soon.