You'll need the e-mail address associated with it to log into Face Time and make calls.After the first sign-in, users are prompted to enter their Apple ID and password.
You'll need a Visa or Mastercard, plus all the requisites for Face Time (Wi Fi, i Phone 4) and preferably a private place to have your conversation.
The service calls you back once you've registered and purchased your minutes, although no word on what the turnaround time is for a callback.
It's a natural extension of phone sex lines and chat cams, and plenty of people had the idea when Apple unveiled Face Time.
After all, the white-hot fervor around Chatroulette had just died down when the i Phone 4 was announced.
Face Time's interface is the same regardless of the device.
The other caller's video occupies the full screen and a thumbnail window for first-person video sits in the corner.So should Apple fans stick to Face Time exclusively, or should they opt for other apps that open up communication to more users?Because the i Pad 2 and i Pod touch don't have phone numbers, Face Time works differently on them than on the i Phone 4.For the i Pod Touch and i Pad 2, a Face Time application is added to the home screen by default.The next step in the process is to set up an Apple ID (if one hasn't been set up already).Then, if needed, users can enter another separate e-mail address that other callers can use to find them.