Verizon Wireless Confirms the Droid Can Be Tethered
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thank you Verizon!
now there is no reasons for me to switch!
all unlocked GSM windows pdaphones comes with tethering as standard feature! it works out of the box! (internet sharing).
So you are passing off on a phone becuase it's harder to get a feature without paying for it?
I think it's actually to quiet the internet trolls who reply to every verizon announcement with "they cripple their phones!!!!"
Just like verizon made it a point to mention that the Droid would have wif...
I will not go near Verizon...