Hey all, I am new to the Android community. I've been tethering on my non-branded Nokia dumb-phone for well over 3 years on my unlimited data plan with AT&T. The network is 2G, but it's enough for the minor things that I do. My plan just got switched over to the unlimited share everything plan. This includes unlimited data from AT&T. The problem is, the mobile hotspot feature is not available in this plan. Now, I can still tether just fine. That's not even the issue here. I'm curious to know if I upgrade to a smartphone if I can find a way to continue to tether. I wanted to know if I were to get an unlocked Samsung S7 or equivalent if there is a way to tether to a laptop or create a link between devices via Bluetooth, etc? I would prefer not to root or jailbreak (not sure what the Android community calls it) the phone. I also wonder if the Nokia smartphones would be able to tether just like their dumb-phones. That's also an area I haven't explored. Worst comes to worst, I could try buying an unlocked phone and then trying it. I'd have to go through the hassle of returning it though. Im curious what you all think. Thanks in advance!