When the iPhone 4 was released, many users were disappointed that they would not be able to make FaceTime calls over a 3G connection, and would have to rely on Wi-Fi instead. Now the folks behind My3G have come to the rescue, as the app has been updated to support FaceTime video chat on the iPhone 4 over a 3G network. The app itself isn’t available on the App Store, so you’ll need to jailbreak your iPhone 4 before you shell out $3.99 for the app.
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