AT&T has confirmed to BGR that it will retire its Video Share service later this year. AT&T was the first to offer the option on its camera phones — when it launched Video Share in 2007 — but AT&T-branded mobile video calling may not be dead forever. An AT&T spokesperson shared this official comment: “AT&T is discontinuing our Video Share service. As we look ahead to the next generation of live, mobile video calling services, we’re evaluating new platforms and other ways we can evolve our mobile video calling offers. We’ve already begun to notify subscribers directly and will work with them to adjust their monthly charges accordingly. The service will be retired later this year.”