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Tuesday, May 10, 2011

US Carriers Begin Blocking Android Tethering Apps

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The major Carriers in US are now blocking the  Android Internet Tethering Apps. Few of the Android user had complaint that they are unable to Download the Tethering Apps from the Android Marketplace. Many of the user are from the AT&T, Verizon or T-Mobile service. The mobile applications in give Android devices owners the ability to access the Internet on their laptops using the wireless connections on their phones. Most of the Apps are free like  PDAnet, Wireless Tether and MyWi. The major service provider also allow the Tethering service which cost around 20-35 $ per month for the data charges.
Regard to this Google says that it not officially blocking tethering apps, but they didn't deny the fact that the Application may not available for the certain Service carriers in Android Marketplace. All major Carriers had blocjed but Sprint which the lone exception in the US. User may do another idea by downloading from web and use the application insted for going it on  Android Marketplace.

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