Well, should it actually include tethering, that is. As tomorrow’s iPhone 3.0 preview it seems all anyone can talk about is the possibility of copy/paste. But there’s one rumor that has been consistently overlooked and that is the idea that iPhoners...
Does AT&T provide an SLA for data services on data contracts with iPhones for 3G network access? If they do not have a SLA then they can provide service as capable and allow tethering, sure some users might not be happy but if there is not a garrantee of service most should be fine.
[citation][nom]hillarymakesmecry[/nom]Will you punks stop using the words "epic", "fail" and the FTW thing. They're all so over used and have been ridiculous from the start. You're all sheep.I wonder what the next stupid trend on message boards will be.[/citation]
Its meant to be a joke. Dont take it to seriously.
well att sells for 60$(i think monthly) a usb stick that allows you to connect with a notebook anywhere on the 3g network. the question is should one get riped off 60$ or tether w iphone since already paying data plan?