T-Mobile G2 Won’t Support Tethering at Launch
As many of you know, stock Android 2.2 supports tethering out of the box. However, the folks over at TmoNews have discovered that while this is the case, the T-Mobile G2 will not support tethering at launch. See T-Mobile’s official comment regarding this below:
“T-Mobile does not currently support handset tethering or offer a tethering rate plan. Though tethering and Wi-Fi sharing will not be initially supported on the T-Mobile G2, we know that consumers are interested in these features and we are working to develop a solution to support them in the future.”
While this is disappointing, the good news is that T-Mobile appears to be working on a solution as they know people are very interested in this. Let’s hope we all get to tether officially soon.
So folks, do you think this will happen? Do you think G2 owners will ever get the option?
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