Because of the $20 tethering rip-off, I opted to keep my grandfathered unlimited plan.
Anyway, there is so much Wi-Fi in the world now, that I just don't have a great need for the luxury of tethering.
Meanwhile, I am 3G streaming...
It's good to see an elected official looking after his constitutes and not wasting time denying marriage rights or pushing for tax cuts for the rich in a time of inherited economic turmoil.
But I digress... My iPhone 4 is working fine.
Well they had to respond. Meanwhile our iPhone 4s are the best iPhones we've had. Better, faster connection. And this is the experience for most users.
I can make the signal degrade if I really try, but in everyday use, no problems. ...
And yet my wife and I were remarking just last night how fantastic our experience with our iPhone 4s have been. I guess we'll throw them away.
Will Consumer Reports retest every cell phone ever made for this phenomena?