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Old November 28th, 2012, 12:05 PM   #1048 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by PetiePal View Post
Verizon can charge for tethering, they can't DISALLOW tethering apps as part of the LTE spectrum. It's a little loophole. But they can monitor your bandwidth and if you go nuts throttle the hell out of you.
Source please ....

Once again, here is my backup (since I can't upload my calls):

Let my Wi-Fi go: FCC rules Verizon can't charge for Wi-Fi tethering | ZDNet


In the case of Verizon, the company started charging users a $20 per month tethering charge even if they had an “unlimited” plan. Those days are done. You will now be able to freely share your bandwidth as you see fit.
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