Why do you think they cap the downloads to 5 GB a month on the mifi? B/C a pc browser or online gaming uses a ton more data than a mobile phone does. Not many ppl can rack up over 5gb a month on just noble days...but that hours by pretty quickly in gaming or surfing the net on a computer.
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I pay for unlimited data, what is the difference if I spend 30 min. Surfing the web on my X or use it so I can surf the same on my ipad? Using g same amount of data.
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Oh how im glad to see that Verizon hired alot of tether cops the same people who's throwing the stealing card in, most likely tethered before verizon even came out with the tether package. Y'all seriously need to stop ridin Verizon's nuts
I also knew that I would not be using it to replace my home Cable Internet connection, regardless of the fact that I pay $180 a month for my cable service...or that I pay in excess of $240 a month for my Cellular Phone Service which includes Unlimited Data on 2 lines.
At best, I intended on using the tether ability about 2 times a month...when I would be away on military duty and away from a dedicated internet connection. Instead, I havent used it in months...whatever I need to do on the internet, I can do quite well on my DX...
The fact is, semantics aside, if you tether without purchasing a tether plan, you are stealing a paid for service...not only breaking your TOS, but also risking criminal charges that can result in fines and possible jail time. Argue the point all you want, but it is clearly described in the fine print of your contract...Unlimited Cellular Data is for a Cellular Device designated as such under the contract and assigned a unique ID number...(likely not in those exact words, but instead in a bunch of "legalese")
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