By Harry McCracken | Friday, March 18, 2011 at 10:14 am
If you’re using iPhone tethering over AT&T without AT&T’s permission, you might get an e-mail like this.
um, how can they tell… I have read (not reliable source) that they base it on your usage. Is there any actual way for us to know how they are coming to the conclusion that you are tethering? And if so does that include unsanctioned hot-spot functionality?
I hate phone companies… they are always looking for more money where there is actually very little.
I hate it when companies enforce contracts that people enter into willingly.
@Fred Don’t be a troll… it’s not cute.
My contract is not of anyones’ concern.
My question was “How can they tell?”,I think it’s a natural thing to ask… I’m curious. And mostly I am concerned about whether someone could be accosted by AT&T without actually being guilty of anything?
Personally, I don’t tether but I have thought about using my phone’s hot-spot capability in the past.