Tether Releases HTML5 Web App To Allow Tethering From iPhone, No Jailbreak Required

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14 responses to “Tether Releases HTML5 Web App To Allow Tethering From iPhone, No Jailbreak Required”

  1. macgizmo says:

    Apple blacklisting their website in the iPhone hosts file in 5. 4. 3. 2…

  2. Nate Daniels says:

    Does this void any type of contract with Verizon. I know the jailbreak app will get people in trouble with Verizon or at&t.

  3. JoshObra says:

    I would like to see this working with an iPhone to iPad.. I’d buy this in a second.

    But at $15/year? I think I’ll get it anyways.. but I’m crossing my fingers AT&T doesn’t boot me from unlimited.

    Oh and Section 8 states in their ToS:
    8. Allocation of Risk. YOU ACKNOWLEDGE THAT YOU MAY INCUR ADDITIONAL CARRIER COSTS, AND THAT YOUR PLAN MAY BE TERMINATED BY YOUR CARRIER FOR VIOLATION OF YOUR CARRIER’S FAIR USE POLICY OR TERMS OF SERVICE. BY USING ANY MATERIALS OR PRODUCTS YOU ACKNOWLEDGE AND ACCEPT, THAT YOU HAVE READ, UNDERSTOOD AND AGREE TO THE DISCLAIMERS CONTAINED IN THIS LICENSE AGREEMENT.YOU AGREE THAT THE ABOVE WARRANTIES AND LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY REFLECT THE ALLOCATION OF RISK AMONG THE PARTIES AND THE PRICE OF THE SOFTWARE.

  4. JordanDunn says:

    I signed up, been trying for the past half hour to actually have it connect, even willing to risk the loss of contract, won’t even connect. So… yeah, FAIL

  5. bigmanbigdreams says:

    it doesn’t work… literally have been trying for an hour now w/ no luck and im very computer literate…

  6. erfon elijah says:

    they’d warn you first, not just boot ya : D

  7. antoniomax says:

    Nice try, AT&T guy.

  8. yakimushi says:

    I believe you meant exorbitant, not exuberant.

  9. The Don says:

    No monthly fee? That’s not true at all.  Sure you don’t pay monthly, but it isn’t free.

  10. bigmanbigdreams says:

    it does not work… no reason to lie

  11. Barrett Jasper says:

    if caught. I use mine (only once in awhile and have fore a long time) if you are casual and just tether for a small ount of time they won’t catch you (knock on wood) ;-)

  12. Ed_Kel says:

    I don’t get it, $15/$30 a year for a service that will probably alert your carrier…? Wouldn’t it just be cheaper to tether legally?

  13. Mike Rathjen says:

    Has anyone actually got this working?

    Alex, it would have been a tremendous service to your readers had you actually tested and reviewed this.

  14. Cameron Martin says:

    I didn’t know that any APIs were exposed to web applications to create ad-hoc wireless network connections. Does this use a browser exploit?

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