AT&T Launches IPhone Tethering With Release Of IPhone 4 OS, But It'll Cost Ya!

Posted: Jun 2 2010, 3:42am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:26pm CDT, in News | Apple

 
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AT&T announced new lower priced data plans with new bandwidth limits. Along with the new plans, AT&T finally announced iPhone tethering. iPhone tethering will launch with the release of iPhone 4 OS. AT&T will charge an extra $20 per month for tethering.
To buy iPhone tethering you need to subscribe the $25 DataPro plan with 2GB bandwidth cap. As far as I understand the announcement you do not get additional bandwidth with the $20.

If you use more than 2GB you get an additional Gigabyte that will cost you $10.

I personally opted for USB Laptop wireless cards to get my laptop onto wireless networks. I use prepaid cards and its just way cheaper than choosing a tethering option.

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