I can now tether Wi-Fi iPad for $7....

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  1. superdudeo

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    Tetherme for iPhone= $2
    iTether for iPad = $5

    Bought and installed both earlier and work like a charm! Battery is great, although I didn't use MiWi so couldn't compare.

    so if you get a chance..do it. It's soo easy. Also (depending on signal) it's really good speed.
     
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    I would get this but I do not have....nor do I want an iPhone. Would rather it work with ANY bluetooth phone.
     
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    I am pretty sure it does. itether is not specifically for iPad as far as I am aware. Correct me if I am wrong.

    edit: not specifically for iPhone I meant
     
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    Respect is earned Digikid. It is not automatic.
     
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    TetherMe doesn't let you use your iPhone as a WiFi hotspot (which is what MyWi is for), unless I'm very much mistaken. You only need it if your cell provider doesn't automatically allow you to use your phone as a modem. So here in Australia, you won't need TetherMe.

    iTether is MyWi alternative which you install on your iPad. Except iTether uses bluetooth to connect to your iPhone. On the iTether website they claim bluetooth uses less power than WiFi. That's a good thing, but is it true?
     
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    If this iTether really works through Bluetooth than any phone capable of Bluetooth could be the 3g connection for the iPad.

    Cya
     
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    Good information!!! Thanks!!!
     
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    Hi again.

    Yes I can confirm that because it uses bluetooth, the power consumption is very good.

    If you google it, compared to MiWi, this bluetooth method is much better on power consumption.
     

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