1. Old_Mil's Avatar
    Have t-mobile and can't get my q10 (really any GSM I use with it) to share its internet to a tablet. Any time I try and turn on hotspot functionality it says it has been disabled by the carrier. I remember back in the Z10/Playbook days it used to function flawlessly with bridge.

    Is there a technology that will replicate that or should I start playbook hunting? Our internet service at home has been reduced to our cell phones...
    08-07-16 04:29 PM
  2. bunky1971's Avatar
    Hey Old_mil, I'm curious what t-mo plan you have that Hotspot doesn't work or is restricted.
    I have one line on the $40 prepaid plan and 5 lines on an old 1000 min/unlimited text plan (thanks to Norriscell years ago). two of five lines have the $10/$20 2gb/5gb BIS plan and two lines with the free BlackBerry Messenger add on.

    I can Hotspot with any of the lines with data and no restrictions

    The 4 for 120 plan is looking really nice, but, if there are restrictions, I'd just keep what is in place now.

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    08-08-16 08:48 AM
  3. Old_Mil's Avatar
    We have the simple choice unlimited 4g LTE family plan

    Edit: just tried it, and it seems to be working now...
    08-09-16 01:24 PM
  4. Prem WatsApp's Avatar
    Good stuff. Otherwise tweet John Legere and tell him off... ;-P

    Freedom and access is his own mantra, isn't it...?

      There's a Crack in the Berry right now...  
    08-09-16 07:18 PM

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