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Original post by: originalmachead ,


'''AFAIK Some carriers allow tethering and some don't.''' The device definitely is equipped to do this, but ''the risk of a huge data bill at the end of the month'' could negate the advantage!

Remember:'' data used when a device is used as a tethered modem will most likely be considered WAP data and be deducted from your "3GB" allowance''

Some carriers may have to assign a separate data plan. Probably the data will '''ONLY''' be included when you are in a 3 broadband zone otherwise you could be charged extra.

'''IMnsHO ''it would be cheaper and easier just to pick up a 3G (or Next G) prepaid modem'' and use that '''for your portable internet connection.