Damned annoying you can't use the "open" G1 as a modem...

2009/2/5 Tyson Key <tyson....@gmail.com>

> Hi Frank, it appears that 3 don't really care about the device you're using
> to tether with, as long as they get paid for the bandwidth you use.
> I've used an unlocked (was originally on T-Mobile) N-Series phone with
> their prepaid Mobile Broadband service for a while, and I haven't heard
> anything at all from them, despite them supposedly sending SMSes to users of
> non-3-supplied handsets.
>
> Tyson.
>
>
> On Thu, Feb 5, 2009 at 5:19 PM, Frank Wales <fr...@limov.com> wrote:
>
>> Peter Edwards wrote:
>> > In case it helps, I use a 3 INQ1 (next gen. Skypephone) to get broadband
>> > access over bluetooth from an Eee running Ubuntu 8.10. On a contract
>> > that costs £17 for 5GB data + 100 mins talk p.m.
>>
>> This was one of the features that nearly made me get an INQ1, since
>> other providers tend to stripe you up if you want to treat your
>> phone like a modem for your computer, while 3 seem quite happy
>> to let you do this, at least on this model.
>> --
>> Frank Wales [fr...@limov.com]
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