That's what I thought. Thanks Keith. Besides, what if the person you're FaceTiming is using a Wi-Fi-Only iPad while you're using cellular data? There's no way to charge the person using the iPad. Know what I mean?
I think it would be identical to iMessage meaning that no matter who it is *** long as you are on WIFI you are not being charged for the use of your data. As soon as you go off WIFI then you are dipping into your data plan. Sorry to have repeated Peligro but I was simply agreeing with him and anyone else that sees it the same way.
FaceTime is simply Apple's answer to Skype marketed for video chats. It operates in the same way as Skype does and it doesn't cost a dime. The data transferred over WiFi is covered by what you pay for your Internet connection at home. The data transferred when only connected to 3G is covered by and can add up to your monthly data plan.