How to call someone who is not a contact on FaceTime?

TravisT

Can I call someone who is not added to my contacts using Facetime?

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jimlynch
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As far as I can tell, they must be a contact. Or you won't have the option to call them using FaceTime.

Aryton
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I haven’t used FaceTime in a while, but when I did, I'm pretty sure that you had to add the person to your contacts to call them. Maybe something has changed since then.

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