So I was browsing the internet today looking for information about tethering a Droid using PdaNet. I know how all that works, but I really wanna know if I'll get caught. Don't tell me "don't overuse it!" I already know that, and what do you mean by "overuse"? is that 5GB, 10GB, what? And can Verizon really catch you, I mean with Skype Mobile taking all this bandwidth on smartphones, how do they know you're using data for tethering through PdaNet? Seriously, how do they know? Do they just look at your data usage and ASSUME you're tethering? Because realistically speaking, I think someone could easily rack up 10, 15, maybe even 20GB per month on a smartphone if they use it most of every day.
And assuming it's even possible to get "caught" (I guess they call you and give you a warning not to tether?) what can they do about it?
And do you think I could get away with 15GB/month of usage through PdaNet without getting "caught"?
Thanks in advance!