Froyo and tehering


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  1. jason.sgtski

    jason.sgtski Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Apologies if this has been covered,
    So accourding to the Google IO conference, Froyo will allow tethering. Im going to assume that this may not support the 8 connections that the EVO hotspot will, however, does this mean we may be able to tether the EVO with Froyo for no extra charge or do you think they will block this feature on the EVO?
     

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  2. adseguy

    adseguy Well-Known Member

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    It will be blocked. I don't have any info/cites and as far as I know no one else does, but this seems the most logical and it is done today in other cases
     
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    drksilenc Well-Known Member

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    alrdy been stated by google that that feature is up to the cell company
    o and adseguy awesome avatar lol
     
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  5. RiverOfIce

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    I am not sure it will be. I think sprint is just tried of fighting the tide on this one. The $10 fee will recoup all the lost for the small percentage that will actually pay for the service. Lets face it, with the $10 fee, even the honest people like me are thinking screw the $30 fee extra, I am just going to tether anyway. After all the $10 fee covers extra data, removes the cap, ect.
     

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