iTether returns to iOS devices in the form of HTML5
0. phoneArena posted on 10 Mar 2012, 10:38
The team over at Tether.com has come up with a new solution that utilizes the HTML5 support already built into Safari over an Ad-Hoc wireless network to tether an iOS device to a computer without the need for a jailbreak nor an app...
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1. frydaexiii posted on 10 Mar 2012, 11:09 1 0
I still can't get over the fact that in America you have to pay to tether. I mean, you paid for the phone and the data plan, and if the phone can tether, how can the carrier's block that and charge you a fee for using something that is already on your phone?
8. bvalde09 posted on 10 Mar 2012, 22:29 0 0
Yep sound pretty dull but thats the way it is. See ATT put some app that is hidden on Adroid phone who wont allow you to tether, thefore you will have to call your carrrier and pay the MRC, that is until you root your phone and delete this app. Im from outside US and Tethering is free over here. :D
6. JunitoNH posted on 10 Mar 2012, 14:04 0 0
It is ridiculous, but folks keep giving, so they keep on piling. Prices that is.
7. codymws posted on 10 Mar 2012, 16:55 0 0
They should do this for Windows Phone. We still have no way to tether... That's the only thing I miss from Android.
9. Ivan6479 posted on 11 Mar 2012, 01:16 0 0
Actually after checking out the site it appears it is a $30 dollar one time fee, not annually as you all suggested here on PA.
Here is a link for you all to see for yourselves:
Its at the bottom of the page.
10. scvzw2 posted on 11 Mar 2012, 20:01 0 0
Thats for android but for iOS its 15 for first year and 30 every year after!