“O2 UK took a cue from Canadian carriers on Tuesday and dropped the premium tethering fee on its monthly plans,” MacNN reports.
“Any of its regular Bolt On plans, including the basic £3 ($4.80) 100MB plan, offer tethering for free,” MacNN reports. “It had previously asked for £7.65 ($12.23) regardless of the tier and often more than doubled the price of data.”
MacNN reports, “The strategy is similar to some European carriers and virtually all major Canadian networks, where data isn’t given special treatment based on which device is using it.”
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