1. knicksfan1025's Avatar
    Which services allow it, and which charge? Any allow it for free?

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    06-16-09 03:22 PM
  2. avmsam's Avatar
    i dunno about the states, but in canada its allowed and included in the regular data plans for rogers/fido. telus and bell don't allow it but there are a couple simple workarounds for this.

    but anyways, there's the tetherberry app that can be used with any carrier to get tethering for free. the app is a one time cost of i think $60
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    06-16-09 03:29 PM
  3. knicksfan1025's Avatar
    i heard somewhere that tmobile allows it but im not sure if this is true
    06-16-09 03:54 PM
  4. bumblesbounce's Avatar
    Which services allow it, and which charge? Any allow it for free?

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    Check out the app called "TetherBerry"...find it in the CrackBerry Store. $50 one time fee for the app and no monthly charge. There is also a monthly tethering fee you can choose to pay to your carrier; for me on ATT I believe it's $10 a month.
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    Last edited by bumblesbounce; 06-16-09 at 05:53 PM.
    06-16-09 05:51 PM
  5. c0rinne's Avatar
    T-mobile is free, I spoke to about 10 reps on Friday before I set it up, if you have the Unlimited Blackberry Internet Service plan.

    You don't need to buy anything to set it up. Just install the blackberry desktop manager then go through the directions.

    I believe the directions here are accurate: How to: Tether BlackBerry Pearl to PC for use as a modem at Mobile Wireless News
    06-16-09 06:24 PM
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