IPhone Hacked Into Broadband Dongle

Posted: Jun 22 2009, 6:49am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:59pm CDT, in News | Apple

 

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An enthusiast website for the iPhone 3G and the new 3G S has posted a bit of software sure to be available for only a short period of time before Apple and the service providers kill it off. The software unlocks tethering free of charge on the devices.

The site is benm.at and the small application is available free of charge. O2 will surely not appreciate free tethering for iPhone users.

The company charges an additional £14.68 per month. At least O2 offers tethering though, in America AT&T has completely blocked the feature.

via Techwatch

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