Loooong time since I've posted here, can't even remember what my old username, or pass even are, LOL.. Anyhow, I have an iPhone 5 with Verizon, Unlimited Data, and am currently paying the extra 30.00 for mobile hotspot. I don't so much mind, given I can use it pretty much anywhere, anytime, so that's really not a big deal. I am however, debating Jailbreaking, and using TetherMe (or maybe PDANet), but I'm trying to find out what, if any, the odds are that I'd get caught doing so. I've read all kinds of things about this FCC ruling and the 700 MHZ whatever, and from what I gather, it only applies to the newer "Share Everything" plans (as far as the end user being allow to use 3rd party apps to tether). I generally use about 7-8 or so GB a month (streaming video, from time to time downloading stuff, etc), so I'm not sure if me dropping the hotspot, and continuing to use the same amount would throw up any flags or whatnot. Also my bigger concern is that when Apple releases 6.1.3, and the fact that it's going to close the jailbreak (of course I realize I don't *have* to install it), then I'll be back at square one -- if however, me using TetherMe, and saving 30 bucks a month will work out, I'd rather go that route. I have no issue paying the cost for the app (I believe in supporting the hard work of devs), so that's also not an issue. I just wanted to see, more or less, if anyone with Verizon has been using TetherMe (or any other tethering app), and been able to remain under the radar, either because Verizon doesn't care, or because they CAN'T do anything (again based on the FCC ruling for block C spectrum or whatever). Any insight would be appreciated. Thanks.