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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by SydneyJunkie, Mar 12, 2011.
How foolish of me, SMH
it's free in Canada if you have 1GB of data (on Rogers)
Sadly, I agree with you. It was foolish to think that either Verizon or at&t wouldn't charge for this feature.
Did Rogers publish that information anywhere? I have 6GB so I'm fine, but I'm just wondering...
I'm on Optus, I don't get charged for using the Personal Hotspot feature. Which carrier are you with?
Well Apple could've easily make it a device level service like MyWi, they just decided to make carrier activation a requirement that's all.
i dont think so... i have 1GB of data and i had tether enabled already and hotspot works just fine.
Yup. They made it public a few weeks ago. You need a data plan of at least 1GB. It's completely free. I'm assuming you just contact them in order to set it up.
You don't even need to contact them, it's automatically part of Rogers tethering plan which is available to anyone with 1+GB .
Finally Rogers is throwing us a bone.
Let us wait patiently for the jailbreak
Free for me with unlimited data plan on AT&T. Got greenpois0n??
did you jailbreak you phone then ? because I have unlimited but I can not set up the wifi.
that's what greenpois0n is, a site to jailbreak
That's what I do
My plan includes it for free. I get 2GB a month, use it as I see fit.
For me it is free on a carrier that is not having the iPhone
Its free on Telus with any data plan 1gig or more and on some of the 500mb packages.
Not a work-around. Optus doesn't charge for tethering. I don't think any of them do here.
In the uk, tethering is free or at least it's part of the data portion of the 3 iPhone plan (£25 per month) with 1GB of data
If you ever consider jailbreaking, try mywi or tetherme. Both work well and don't require monthly fees other than your cell data.
Mywi worked well while I was at the grand hyatt in dc over the weekend. Didn't have to pay any stupid hotel wifi fees!
US carriers and free don't usually go together
Here in Canada on Rogers it's free and that's the way it should be!! U.S carriers are really going the wrong way with this... Basically they are charging you on how you are using your data... I mean 5gb is 5gb... No matter if it's via hotspot, bluetooth, usb or the phone itself... I'ts like ordering a pizza than charge you more to slice it in 4... REDICULOUS!!!
yeah its bs when you think about it
i mean its YOUR data that your already paying for