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Old 12-25-2009, 04:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
duane534
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i have an at&t prepaid gophone with an unlock iphone.
First, iPhones are NOT allowed on GoPhone service. They sweep for IMEIs.


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The internet connection in my student dorms is horrible and the only feasible way to fix this seems through and unlimited 3g data plan which only seems a viable option through a tethering mobile device.
There is no longer an unlimited data plan for GoPhone, either.


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The store manager of an ATt store seems a honest guy because he told me there is a way to hide the tethering from att in windows mobile devices without charging me an extra 30$ for the regular 69.99 plan.
That was nice of him. Believe it or not, a lot of us reps really want what's best for our customers. Problem is, the plans he described to you are NOT GoPhone plans, nor are they iPhone plans.


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Is there a way to hide this in a blackberry? If so, which model??
I always tell people if there's anything a Windows Mobile device can do, the BlackBerry can do it and probably better, especially with an appropriate BIS/BES link.


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If you know how tethering can be hidden in an iphone that would also be helpfull. ( jailbreak maybe )
Jailbreak, definitely. I doubt that's an app in the App Store. LOL


When it comes down to it, your biggest crutch is the fact you're on GoPhone. It has a diminished coverage map and generally crippled rate plans, as to not conflict with "real" plans. Get on traditional service, drop the iPhone, and pick up a 3G BlackBerry, a Bold 9000 or a Bold 9700 if you can snag it at a good price.
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