AT&T’s video share service has officially been launched, albeit years behind the rest of the world, but, hey, better late than never. It’s fairly straight forward in that the service allows you to stream video from your mobile handset to another. Are you witnessing Lindsay Lohan crashing cars and playing with knives? Wanna prove it to your friends? See where I’m going with this? Good.
The service is currently only available in Hotlanta, Dallas and San Antonio with coverage expanding in late July. You can finally use that 3G network for something other than downloading crappy ringtones. A paltry 25-minute plan will cost $4.99 while 60 minutes of video share pleasure will be $9.99. Of course there’s always the option of pay-as-you-go for 35 cents a minute. The Samsung A717, Sync and LG CU500v make up the current line of video share capable phones.