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noteple

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Aug 30, 2011
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AT&T, Free hotspot. Thats funny. :D

They charge on the iPhone and couldnt get their act together
in time for the release of the iPad
 
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ZBoater

macrumors G3
Jul 2, 2007
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Sunny Florida
I believe some folks are already enjoying a hotspot on their AT&T iPads... It's on the lower left hand corner on the back of the iPad.... :apple:

ba-dum-pump chsh!
 
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wbeem

macrumors member
Mar 12, 2012
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Tether.com. I got the app when it was on the iTunes App store for 23 hours, but there's an HTML version.

Would rather have the WiFi service on my AT&T iPad, especially since I have the unlimited data plan, AT&T says they won't throttle iPads, and it's faster than my cable modem service.
 
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ZBoater

macrumors G3
Jul 2, 2007
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Sunny Florida
Tether.com. I got the app when it was on the iTunes App store for 23 hours, but there's an HTML version.

Would rather have the WiFi service on my AT&T iPad, especially since I have the unlimited data plan, AT&T says they won't throttle iPads, and it's faster than my cable modem service.

They say they won't throttle iPads until a bunch of iPad users start tethering off their unlimited plans against the terms of service. Watch the throttling begin then... :rolleyes:
 
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wbeem

macrumors member
Mar 12, 2012
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They say they won't throttle iPads until a bunch of iPad users start tethering off their unlimited plans against the terms of service. Watch the throttling begin then... :rolleyes:

Maybe so, but that doesn't mean we can't run with it now. I actually think that Verizon's decision will put market pressure on AT&T.
 
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ZBoater

macrumors G3
Jul 2, 2007
8,456
1,188
Sunny Florida
Maybe so, but that doesn't mean we can't run with it now. I actually think that Verizon's decision will put market pressure on AT&T.

Actually, it does (mean we can't run with it). Tethering with the unlimited plan is a violation of the terms of service. Me, personally, I'm not interested in doing that. It's this nagging feeling called a conscience that makes me distinguish between right and wrong, and just because I can do something doesn't meant its right to do it.

YMMV
 
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rkahl

macrumors 65816
Jul 29, 2010
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Tether.com. I got the app when it was on the iTunes App store for 23 hours, but there's an HTML version.

Would rather have the WiFi service on my AT&T iPad, especially since I have the unlimited data plan, AT&T says they won't throttle iPads, and it's faster than my cable modem service.

Thanks in advance!
 
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hh83917

macrumors 6502
Jun 30, 2005
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Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; CPU iPhone OS 5_1 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/534.46 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.1 Mobile/9B179 Safari/7534.48.3)

Free is not a word in AT&T's dictionary...
 
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wbeem

macrumors member
Mar 12, 2012
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Actually, it does (mean we can't run with it). Tethering with the unlimited plan is a violation of the terms of service. Me, personally, I'm not interested in doing that. It's this nagging feeling called a conscience that makes me distinguish between right and wrong, and just because I can do something doesn't meant its right to do it.

YMMV

Thanks, Mom.
 
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racer1441

macrumors 68000
Jul 3, 2009
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Actually, it does (mean we can't run with it). Tethering with the unlimited plan is a violation of the terms of service. Me, personally, I'm not interested in doing that. It's this nagging feeling called a conscience that makes me distinguish between right and wrong, and just because I can do something doesn't meant its right to do it.

YMMV

That's quitter talk.
 
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ZipZap

macrumors 603
Dec 14, 2007
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As soon as the LTE iPhone 5 is out I will switch iPhone plans to the 5GB w/tethering. Then I will no longer use ATT on my iPad. So that feature's delay is unimportant.
 
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plathunter

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Oct 25, 2010
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I personally feel that AT&T will charge extra for hotspot but won't announce their plans until after two weeks from last friday. This way people can no longer return their ipads back to apple. The reason I say this is if they planned to have free hotspot access included with the plans why not announce that during launch. They could of even announced it if it was not ready by simply stating free hotspot will be coming soon.
 
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wbeem

macrumors member
Mar 12, 2012
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I Imagine next time you guys are short on cash you'll just knock over a gas station, being that the oil companies are gouging us and they deserve it, right? :rolleyes:

Sigh.

Don't be so dramatic, Mom.
 
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racer1441

macrumors 68000
Jul 3, 2009
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I Imagine next time you guys are short on cash you'll just knock over a gas station, being that the oil companies are gouging us and they deserve it, right? :rolleyes:

Sigh.

No, that's not the equivalent. I wouldn't knock over the gas station. I did screw the oil company hard a few years ago when they needed to cut a road through my property.

That's the same.

No need to sigh.
 
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ZBoater

macrumors G3
Jul 2, 2007
8,456
1,188
Sunny Florida
No, that's not the equivalent. I wouldn't knock over the gas station. I did screw the oil company hard a few years ago when they needed to cut a road through my property.

That's the same.

Keep you sighs to your self.

Double sigh.

Ok Robin Hood. Show us how you stick it to the man. I'll just sit quietly over here and just pay my monthly fees.... :rolleyes:
 
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racer1441

macrumors 68000
Jul 3, 2009
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Double sigh.

Ok Robin Hood. Show us how you stick it to the man. I'll just sit quietly over here and just pay my monthly fees.... :rolleyes:

That's what they want. Sheeple that won't question authority, won't challenge the status quo.
 
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physicsguy13

macrumors 6502
Oct 5, 2010
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Huntiingon Beach, CA
They say they won't throttle iPads until a bunch of iPad users start tethering off their unlimited plans against the terms of service. Watch the throttling begin then... :rolleyes:

They won't need to throttle it, they will just cancel the unlimited plan for violating the TOS and those people will just have to sign up for tiered data.
 
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