Here at iPhoneBuzz we have reported on rumors that AT&T is going to be bringing an iPhone-tethering plan to users who have always wanted it. Before these rumors stated that AT&T would be instating one for $30 a month, but now there is a new rumor for pricing of such a plan.
This rumor reported by MacBlogz states that the tethering plan would be priced at just $10 a month. Chances are this is 99 percent wishful thinking getting away with someone as the lower data intensive plan for the iPhone costs $30 by itself. . If it doesn’t function as expected, I know of a few people who may lose their jobs,” my colleague explained. “While you may think it’s as easy as streamlining our Blackberry tethering service over to the iPhone, it’s not. Connection may be tied into iTunes, and Apple is incredibly controlling when it comes to this space.”
Users can now currently tether the iPhone through jailbreaking the handset and then using one of many applications such as PDANet. If AT&T does not act soon they will continue to give away free services that they can otherwise charge for. The last thing AT&T needs is people with laptops sucking the bandwidth up for next to nothing. We want to know what you guy’s thing about this latest rumor.