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09-06-2010 11:47 AM
Verizon works well but they do charge extra for it.
Look at Tether.Com
Most major carriers let you tether either by USB (the fastest) or Bluetooth) I believe they all charge extra
I am getting a Droid X that will let me have a less expensive data plan and be able to act as a hot spot for up to 5 Wi-Fi devices.
I am dumping my Storm 2 because of RIM developing and selling a phone that will not support its next operating system that was released less than a year from the date they released the Storm 2.