I would like to discuss how to make tethering look like on device data use.
Are y'all stop trying to break the rules and just get home internet like the rest of us. I am in the process of moving tomorrow in apartment and just got Time Warner Cable for $14.99 per month. I think you can afford that. Either that or go to the library.
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So I think we can use whatever methods the AT&T and TMobile users use to hide tethering.
I've always assumed that the vast majority of people using UDP for internet couldn't get broadband at home (why wouldn't you? It's cheaper, easier to get and your isp wouldn't always be trying to get you to switched to a metered plan.)
I have no wired options other than dial up, I used to have satellite but capped satellite didn't compare well to uncapped alltel 3G.
Since then two WISPs have moved into the area but neither covers my or my neighbors house due to a nearby hill.
If I wanted to drop a few grand I could get my own tower to see over the hill and get service from one of the WISPs that way but that's very impractical and i'd be concerned with it falling on the house with oklahoma weather.
Oh and for the last few years my bill (UDPs only) has been about $170/mo (if were talkin total total is about $305/mo since the 4 lines on ME run $135/mo)