I just changed my AT&T plan to support Tethering on my iPhone 5. I am attempting to connect my 3rd Gen iPad using Personal Hotspot, but I seem to be experiencing the following. Just wondering if this is normal, or if there is something I'm doing wrong? When I connect my iPad via WiFi to the Hotspot on the iP5, I get around 14.0-18.0 Mbps dl and around 3.0 Mbps ul when running speed tests. However, when connecting using Bluetooth, I'm getting 0.50-1.0 Mbps dl and 0.35-0.65 Mbps ul. I understand that Tethering via Bluetooth is supposed to be slower than WiFi, but these BT numbers seem ridiculously low to me. The devices are literally sitting less than a foot apart on my desk at work, and are not being moved between BT tests and WiFi tests. I understand that environment factors could make a difference, but in looking at the other possible BT connections available (2 others around me) and possible WiFi connections available (5 others around me), I don't see what could be causing the slowdown. Has anyone else experienced this? I would be surprised if it mattered, but my iPad is running iOS 6.0.1 and the iPhone 5 is running 6.0.2. Any thoughts?