AT&T Confirms Mobile Hotspot Support for iPhone
Mar 2, 2011, 9:43 PM by Eric M. Zeman
AT&T spokesperson Seth Bloom confirmed to Phone Scoop via email that the carrier will support the mobile hotspot feature in iOS 4.3 once it becomes available on March 11. Bloom said, "To utilize this feature, customers will need to subscribe to the DataPro 4GB/$45 tethering data plan." The DataPro plan is the same one that's required for users wishing to tether their iPhone to a laptop. The mobile hotspot feature will allow the iPhone to be used to create a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot and provide Internet access to other devices.
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T-Mobile has released a new app that lets iPhone users with other US carriers test out T-Mobile's network for free using their existing phone before switching. While T-Mobile has offered a free 30-day test drive using a mobile hotspot — and that program remains available for Android users — the new app leverages the eSIM capability in newer iPhones.
Lets compare this to Sprints
Inferior network and phone
Sprint = Unlimited for $30
Better network, better phone (EVO/EPIC) and $15 cheaper a month.
ATT's network is faster and has better coverage. Also, ATT's network isn't some dead-end technology that is going to be phased out.
The iPhone 4 > The EVO and especially the Epic. The retur...
Or... you can just pay a $20 1 time fee and tether unlimited...
Hey AT&T, I have a better Idea...