If you look through my post history you'll see that I'm a big iPhone fan. This is a genuine question and not a troll post. I need unlimited data but sometimes I'm at a friends house who doesn't have Internet and need to turn in a paper to my professors which requires a very tiny amount of tethering. I know Att will take away your unlimited if you tether with an iPhone but it seems like Android users are not being affected?! http://www.androidpolice.com/2011/0...unauthorized-android-tethering-and-may-never/ - "the iPhone, when in tethering mode, sends traffic through an alternate APN (AT&T access point/router) for the express purpose of identifying the traffic as tethered data. This makes it extremely easy for AT&T to identify whether or not an iOS device is utilizing tethering, and just how much of their data is consumed via tethering." - "Android tethering, on the other hand, isnt set up to route data through an alternate APN when the phone is in tethering mode meaning AT&T would actually have to scan packets to determine whether or not youre tethering. This requires diversion of AT&Ts resources (read: money), while identifying iPhone tethering is markedly simpler (read: cheap)." I was wondering if anyone can verify this? Does anyone have both an iPhone AND an Android phone and have gotten a tethering text of death on an iPhone but once you switched to Android you don't get caught anymore?