Lets be fair!! if they have stated that to use tethering you must have a specific plan and now have managed to detect the people who are not abidding to this, then you should just be thankful you got away with it for the last 3 years!!!
Plus, by doing this, you have already broken your contractual agreement. Boo Hoo!!
I illegally tether my cheap Nokia on the 3 network and only pay 25% of their real legal price.
ATT is fing up big by been all enal about their data its
they might find out how much youre using if you go over 2-3GB a month, they might flag your acount and or if you download a lot of GB's is certain amount of hours or min. also if the phone its debranded (android) the network will; show unknown phone so yeah. fk you att
they only reason im w/you guys is cus you use SIM and i like overseas phone.
American carriers continue to baffle the rest of the free world with this stupidity.
H Y D E, 19 Mar 2011Are android users also under teh radar of at&t??I wouldn't be worried about that
Even if android phones come under the scanner there will be a work around
wow that sucks...
Wonder if they can still detect that your computer is using it if you use a wireless hotspot(such as those on android phones?)