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Old September 22nd, 2012, 06:20 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by wildkitten View Post
Doesn't the phone have the ability to act as a hotspot built in? I thought the reason people used Foxfi was to get around being charged the hotspot fee by Verizon but that Verizon lost a lawsuit and can no longer charge for hotspotting?

Let my Wi-Fi go: FCC rules Verizon can't charge for Wi-Fi tethering | ZDNet
That doesn't apply to those of us with grandfathered unlimited data.

From the link you posted: "consumers on usage-based pricing plans may tether, using any application, without paying an additional fee..."

Unlimited data is not a "usage-based pricing" plan.

So I continue using FoxFi.
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