“The move gives anyone with a Canadian 1GB or larger data plan the option of using an iPhone or other tethering-capable smartphone as a 3G Internet connection for a computer without having to incur a separate charge,” Electronista reports. “Any data used for tethering is simply taken out of the existing monthly transfer allowance, Rogers said.”
The tethering deal contrasts “sharply against AT&T in the US, which normally charges $30 extra for tethering and has yet to allow it on the iPhone almost a year after it promised that the feature was’coming soon,'” Electronista reports.
Full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Hey, AT&T, tether this!