Tether for Android Now Available – We Celebrate with a Contest!
Popular BlackBerry application Tether has finally come to Android and we couldn’t be more excited. Why? Well, for starters, it doesn’t require Froyo on your handset. Tether works for all flavors of Android. Yeah, even you 1.5 folks hanging around! Secondly, you’re not at the mercy of a carrier unwilling to allow the feature without costly add-on data plans.
The application was officially launched earlier today and it’s currently selling at a discounted rate of $24.95 until next Friday, November 19th. At that point, it will go to $29.99 per copy. This one-time purchase is a steal when you consider the alternative of $10-$15 a month or more.
HOW ABOUT A CONTEST!?
How would you like to win a free copy for your phone? Leave a comment below with a reason why you want tether. Give us your best “stick it to the man” excuse. We’ll randomly draw five names on Sunday, November 14th.
Increase your chances of winning by tuning into tonight’s AGTNFTW! We’re also giving 5 copies away on tonight’s AndroidGuys podcast at 10PM EST. Listen live at blogtalkradio.com/androidguys for additional chances. While you’re at it, you might wanna follow us over on Facebook… we’re just saying. We might want to share five more copies over there too!
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