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Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by Da Dealer, Nov 20, 2010.
If you jailbreak you can turn the iPhone into a hotspot, but otherwise no.
No. The iPod has no cellular voice or data capabilities whatsoever.
And why would you even want AT&T? Blech.
Download MiWi for your iPhone. You can turn it into a WiFi hotspot where your iPhone broadcasts WiFi and connect your iPod to it., tethering it to your iPhone's 3G and EDGE network.
The iPhone has tethering capabilities which AT&T in it's royal screw you over mode has never turned on.
To use the MyWi setup you have to jailbreak your iPhone, something I have no interest in doing.
The best way of doing what you want to do is the purchase a MiFi setup from Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, or if you want AT&T, which will be available on the 21st of November. 5 devices can be tethered to one MiFi card. You can get the MiFi card for "free" with a two year contract but if you can swing it purchase the MiFi card out right Then you can obtain a contract free pay as you go data plans. Here is a the link to Verizon's MiFi setup http://www.verizonwireless.com/b2c/mobilebroadband/?page=products_mifi This is a real sweet setup for an iPad. You don't have to spend the extra money to get the 3G version which for now at least is locked into AT&T.
Heres what you do. jailbreak your iphone, go into cydia, download mywi for 20 buks and the iphone will give your ipod wifi basically wherever!
Technically you could get a Peel case and use the sprint network.