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Verizon..."You mean we can't charge them more, for data they've already paid for?"

Sorry, Charlie...
In May of last year, our free ride came to an end. US carriers started blocking third party tethering apps in the Android
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I'm glad they had to pay for it too. Hope it sends a clear message to the rest of thre providers. T mo wants to charge for tethering also. Now that I'm rooted I can do it for free with third party app.
Another flashing advantage, which is why Verizon tries to lock down everything.
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