1. wildmangk's Avatar
    Has anyone here had any troubles with ATT for using Foxfi? Has using the proxy setting in Foxfi really masked the tethering to ATT?
    07-31-2012 01:13 AM
  2. OceanView's Avatar
    Good question, I'd like to know this as well.
    07-31-2012 02:12 PM
  3. btswein's Avatar
    I'm not even willing to risk it to be honest. If they don't catch you today, they will tomorrow. I don't need to give them another reason to nullify my contract.
    07-31-2012 05:45 PM
  4. randall2580's Avatar
    I have used it though very infrequently with no trouble. Once the data buckets start it will be easier I think - the new pricing includes tethering.
    07-31-2012 09:27 PM
  5. wildmangk's Avatar
    Data buckets???
    08-01-2012 12:08 AM
  6. dakid2k6's Avatar
    att has new shared data plans. Following the steps of verizon. And those plans would be data that is shared for your devices on att. Example you get 6gb to share among all your devices on att as oppose to before where each device would use its own data plan.
    08-01-2012 11:34 AM
  7. wildmangk's Avatar
    att has new shared data plans. Following the steps of verizon. And those plans would be data that is shared for your devices on att. Example you get 6gb to share among all your devices on att as oppose to before where each device would use its own data plan.
    Yea youre right, I remember reading about it...
    08-01-2012 12:12 PM
  8. Beacio_mo's Avatar
    I have a Skyrocket and haven't had an issue, but I only use it to browse sites on my Nexus 7, nothing major like streaming.

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I727 using Android Central Forums
    08-01-2012 06:45 PM
  9. wildmangk's Avatar
    Ive been using mine with my ipad2 for 3 days now and I enabled the proxy server setting...until now nothing from ATT. Im one of the lucky ones that got grandfathered in with the unlimited data
    08-01-2012 10:22 PM
  10. SW0RDMAN's Avatar
    Just curious as I am new to this idea of paying for tethering; well not entirely but in part. Is it really that serious of an issue to the service provider though like you pay the huge cost for their plans and you paid for your phone so what the problem? Up here most providers charge for that but I never knew it was such a serious thing especially considering you are using data you are paying for not stealing it from their network.

    Galaxy Note I717 on Mobilicity
    08-04-2012 09:35 AM
  11. OceanView's Avatar
    Just curious as I am new to this idea of paying for tethering; well not entirely but in part. Is it really that serious of an issue to the service provider though like you pay the huge cost for their plans and you paid for your phone so what the problem? Up here most providers charge for that but I never knew it was such a serious thing especially considering you are using data you are paying for not stealing it from their network.

    Galaxy Note I717 on Mobilicity
    I think that depends on a few things.
    If your on an unlimited plan, you have the potential to loose it.
    If your not on an unlimited plan, then all they can do is add the tether package which you then can removed.
    08-04-2012 05:12 PM
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