1. izzo#CB's Avatar
    Any way to tether without pay the $15 fee? Thx
    07-09-07 11:54 PM
  2. ford1's Avatar
    with verizon no
    07-16-07 09:13 PM
  3. Trevor's Avatar
    Not on Verizon. Even if there was a way to do so, it would be against the TOS and could get your contract terminated. They would notice the huge spike in data usage and most likely terminate your contract. Also, before you ask, no they don't pay you a $175 ETF. I know, it isn't fare.
    07-16-07 09:15 PM
  4. KnightHeet's Avatar
    What is tethering, and how do i do it (i have a verizon BB 8703)
    08-26-07 02:49 AM
  5. anon(153966)'s Avatar
    Browsing the internet, on a laptop or something, BUT, using the BlackBerry as the 'network' connection...

    I'd research this before getting into it. Plus, I think Verizon charge a fee, too...
    08-26-07 08:13 AM