Wireless tethering...Terms of Use violation

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by LMac8806, Aug 8, 2010.

  1. LMac8806

    LMac8806 Member

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    I have read a little about tethering being a violation of contract with Verizon, and that you could get stuck with a pretty hefty bill for data usage if you get caught. So in all reality, what are the chances of getting in trouble for doing this? I doubt I'll use the feature too often, maybe just the occasional showing off to other folks lol. Just checking, thanks!
     
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    Slim to none, if you don't go overboard.
     
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    You have an unlimited plan so you won't be charged any extra no matter how much data you use. That being said I wouldn't go overboard with it

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