The interesting thing is that T-Mobile's pre-paid plan website shows no sign of anything other than the usual $15 required to tether up to five other devices using a mobile HotSpot. With the way that T-Mobile has been trying to stay ahead of the crowd, this might just be one more innovation from the nation's fourth largest carrier.
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Is T-Mobile offering free tetheringon its pre-paid plans?
1. Free tethering is showing up on T-Mobile's pre-paid plans
2. The carrier's website still shows a $15 charge for Mobile HotSpot service