When launched,were happy that tethering (and Personal Hotspot for Apple users) was included with their All-You-Can-Eat truly unlimited data bundle that comes with the . Starting at £25 per month (24 month contract, price depends on selected handset), it was still very good value, given the sheer amount of minutes and texts it also comes with.
Later, when they made the All-You-Can-Eat unlimited data available on their PAYG plans they were again quick to point out that these tariffs did not come with tethering support (although with non-Apple devices it’s more difficult to control, although the mobile networks can spot you using apps like Joikuspot or the built in Mobile WiFi AP in Android).
Most recently, they have now launched here) that tethering and Personal Hotspot are supported on the SIM Only .on a SIM Only basis, with a 1 month rolling contract. SIM Only contracts are a little strange with the short minimum contract period, and are often treated more like PAYG arrangements by the networks. So, when it came to whether or not they supported tethering, their initial response was No. However, within hours of this decision, they confirmed via Twitter (see Ben’s post that’s documented it
This is good news, and a sensible decision, and is certainly a good plan to consider if you are looking to change contracts but don’t need a new phone; with 2,000 cross network minutes, 5,000 texts, 5,000- minutes and proper unlimited data each month for just £25, it’s also difficult to beat elsewhere.
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