Folks, There's a viscious rumour going around that 3 (UK) will, from March, introduce a cap of some description on tethering use. Currently, on 3's "One Plan" you get truly unlimited data, with tethering included (only UK operator offering this). http://www.three.co.uk/Privacy_Cookies/Terms_Conditions?site=d&content_aid=1220469566802 Now, word (read-the internet) has it that a 2GB cap of some description will be applied to everyone who signs up for the One Plan from March 2014. Because it's a rumour, no one really knows where this 2GB will apply (daily/month/weekly?), but if it does appear, then are there any ways to cloak the fact that you're tethering? I seem to recall a big issue in the US when one of the carriers restricted tethering on unlimited tariffs (AT&T?), so I wondered what (if anything) you folks did? Cheers.