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Re: Can we put this to rest?
AT&T, Verizon, or insert your wireless carrier here, are the customers for Google. Google is doing what it always does, and that is offer service to it's customers.
If the source is published, I assume people will find a way to install a modified version of Android and get free tethering.
I hate the stupid charges for tethering, but it is the right of a wireless provider to establish TOS. We agree or don't agree to TOS when signing up.
Not giving away something for nothing seems to be the new definition of greedy to some. I'd factor the cost of tethering into the cost of phone service if it was necessary.
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