Sounds like the worries of the John Birch Society. Write a blog entry about it on Anus.com?
With deep pockets? No.
That's why I paid the extra for the tethering service.
Thank you. I was a Sprint "Premier" customer until they got rid of that and I'm paying out the nose for this thing, the bill is around $118/month without insurance on the phone. I want to shop around a bit. It's just ridiculous how they railroad consumers.
Telcos have deep pocketed lobbyists, consumers don't.
I have an Android with all the bells and whistles and use tethering all the time. Can I break my Sprint contract because of this?
I'm a sysadmin at a non-profit that gets the entirety of its funding from the State of California and, although I have no reason to believe that my job is on the chopping block now, I am genuinely concerned that I may be laid off in the next two or three years if the situation doesn't improve. The director sent out an email last week casually mentioning that we were getting funding from the state in the form of IOUs last year, not cash, but he managed, with the accountant, to keep our cash flow flowing through conservative business practices. It feels like we're on the precipice here.
I thought deleting System32 made your computer faster.