Originally Posted by JSanders
Unlocking the device will do none of that.
As long as Verizon is your carrier, you only have the abilities they offer and under their contracts. You can't get around the tethering charges as long as you tethering on their network.
Does that make sense?
It does make sense. I was hoping that there was a way. I know that when I had a Razr v3m from Verizon I was able to unlock the features and use it to teacher to my laptop and all that using the unlimited data plan that I already am paying for.