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    Quote Originally Posted by cr0w View Post
    Yes, you can still use pdanet.. but my teen kid says easyteather works better. He says pdanet sometimes pauses or loses connection.
    The free trial version of PDANet only works for random lengths of time. The paid version, $8 last I checked, should not.

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    Although I thought TMobile was able to detect planet now

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobdevnul View Post
    The free trial version of PDANet only works for random lengths of time. The paid version, $8 last I checked, should not.
    I bought it at least 5 years ago and it was $15 then if I recall correctly. The activation code is still valid and every once in a while I consider getting an Android phone just to use as a travel hotspot. With the current roaming conditions though, T-Mobile One Plus Promo and the optional $5 a day high speed service kinda squashes that option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daleraver View Post
    I bought it at least 5 years ago and it was $15 then if I recall correctly. The activation code is still valid and every once in a while I consider getting an Android phone just to use as a travel hotspot. With the current roaming conditions though, T-Mobile One Plus Promo and the optional $5 a day high speed service kinda squashes that option.
    I was just over in europe for 15 days, and just paid the $50 for the 15GB of data, it worked like a charm and was worth the $50 to just have everything "work", and I even used ~3GB of MHS letting my Verizon and AT&T friends jump on mine.
    Left: Verizon Unlimited LTE, Right: WideOpenWest 500/50

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    Quote Originally Posted by brad15 View Post
    I was just over in europe for 15 days, and just paid the $50 for the 15GB of data, it worked like a charm and was worth the $50 to just have everything "work", and I even used ~3GB of MHS letting my Verizon and AT&T friends jump on mine.
    Which exact deal is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brad15 View Post
    I was just over in europe for 15 days, and just paid the $50 for the 15GB of data, it worked like a charm and was worth the $50 to just have everything "work", and I even used ~3GB of MHS letting my Verizon and AT&T friends jump on mine.
    Unfortunately I would lose my current ONE Plus Promo if I activated the $50 Global Plus 15Gb option. I see that it does include 5Gb of tethering though. But for $50 I could get 10 days, 5Gb total on the $5 a day plan, with unlimited calling included. Most days I'm OK with 256kbps. Besides, my iPads have voice sims in them and get the free 256k data also, so that helps for mapping, etc.

    Awesome speeds, what phone?

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    Does anyone know how older T-Mobile phones and non-T-Mobile phones, that have Internet sharing not via the T-Mobile hotspot app, work with current plans?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NotABiot View Post
    Which exact deal is that?
    OnePlus Global, it's $50 for the month and adds 15GB of LTE data with 5GB of MHS..

    Quote Originally Posted by daleraver View Post
    Unfortunately I would lose my current ONE Plus Promo if I activated the $50 Global Plus 15Gb option. I see that it does include 5Gb of tethering though. But for $50 I could get 10 days, 5Gb total on the $5 a day plan, with unlimited calling included. Most days I'm OK with 256kbps. Besides, my iPads have voice sims in them and get the free 256k data also, so that helps for mapping, etc.

    Awesome speeds, what phone?
    We luckily get a "T-MobileONE Amplified" plan through work that has OnePlus for free, so i can still add/remove that feature as I want too, if it was 100% unlimited international (i missed out on that one), i would have kept it every month.

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    My Motorola G4 Plus, E4 Plus, and G5 Plus all work fine with their built in (Android) hotspot, as long as the plan allows it. (It depends which of my T-Mo SIMs I put in.)

    If I put one of my grandfathered plan SIMs in (no tethering included), I can turn the hotspot on, but any connected devices will say "No internet".

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