Interesting information from Orange Israel about tetheringGeneral


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  1. matrix200

    matrix200 Member This Topic's Starter

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    Guys, I have contacted them today and the sales person told me the phone supports tethering out of the box!
    Can someone deny, confirm that?
     

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    Rastaman-FB Well-Known Member

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    false
     
  3. informale

    informale Well-Known Member

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    Needs rooting and tethering application installed.
     
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    + if we're talking about wifi tethering you'll have to use galax0
     
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    matrix200 Member This Topic's Starter

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    Well what he meant (I think ) is using the phone as usb modem.
    Is here anybody using Orange Israel who can confirm that?
     
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    I'm on Orange Israel and the reason why I don't use tethering is because you can go over your data limit really fast; so I guess I don't really know, but I want to share an experience I had:

    It may not be the same case with this phone, but I had a Nokia and if I used it as a modem for my laptop, even just to check an email or something small like that, the bill that I would get would be HUMONGOUS! (Over 1000 shekels), because the phone used a different type of connection and if you're not subscribed to that package, Orange will rip you a new asshole. Be careful when tethering, Orange might get you!
     

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