iTether: iPhone App That Offers Unlimited Tethering For a One-Time Fee Approved By Apple

News | Sunday November 27 2011 9:17 AM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Apple has approved a tethering application from called iTether in the App Store. The
is a companion app for the Mac and PC versions, which allows users to use their iPhone ‘s data connection to surf the internet on a Mac or PC over USB.
Apple has previously banned such applications from the App Store possibly due to pressure from carriers like AT&T, Verizon and Sprint who offer tethering plans for $20 per month that can be used using the Personal Hotspot feature that is available for iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS users. In the case of iTether users have to pay only a one-time fee of $14.99, which is the cost of the app and no recurring fees.
Tether is an application that allows your Mac and PC to take advantage of your smartphone’s data plan, providing you access to the Internet on your laptop anywhere there is cellular coverage from your smartphone.
Tether is easy to install, easy to use, works practically anywhere, and is very cost-effective. .exe .dmg
It is widely speculated that Apple will remove the iPhone app from the App Store and the approval was a mistake by Apple ‘s app review staff. However, Tether claims:
“We were very clear with Apple what our app did. They asked us a bunch of questions and then approved us.”
It won’t be the first time if Apple pulls the app from the App Store. Back in 2008, Apple had briefly approved a similar tethering app called
into the App Store, only to remove it within a few hours. Since then we’ve seen
before it is removed if you want to enjoy tethering for a one-time fee.

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