Using FaceTime http://support.apple.com/kb/ht4319
Troubleshooting FaceTime http://support.apple.com/kb/TS3367
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You posted in the iPad forum instead of the iPhone forum. To get answers to your question, next time post in the proper forum. See https://discussions.apple.com/index.jspa I'll request that Apple relocate your post.
My wife and I have same iPhone 4, not 4s, model number A1332, same network and contracts, but she can FaceTime over 3G somehow and I can't. Don't understand as all these posts say it isn't possible. How is this?
Definitely over 3G as wifi is switched off, router off, and 3G symbol in corner of screen.
* FaceTime over a cellular data connection is available on the iPhone 4S or later, iPad (3rd generation or later, Cellular models) , or iPad mini (Cellular models). Find out if your carrier supports FaceTime over cellular.
Kiltedtim, spat your dummy out eh! Basically, this iPhone 4 is somehow face-timing over 3G.
For those who are interested in helping out, do you know of how I get my iPhone 4 to do the same as my wife's iPhone 4? Is there a possibility of a software update error allowing her 4 to do this?
I don't care if it's facetiming via carrier pidgeon. That's not a documented or supported feature of the iPhone 4. Apple explicitly states that it requires a 4S or higher. Asking why another 4 won't do it is pointless. We don't know why hers is diong it. The most likely explanation is that it's not actually a 4, but a 4S... but you'll deny that, so telling you to check is equally pointless.