Wednesday, 27 January 2010

Verizon DROID by Motorola to Get Tethering Early 2010 Verizon Confirms Tethering for Motorola's DROID


Motorola and Verizon are doing their best to slay the giants Apple and
AT T, and by the looks of it, they're obviously doing something right if
we're to consider the hype behind Big Red's new DROID smartphones, the
iDont campaign or the There s A Map For That commercial. But things are
getting even better as we just heard that Verizon Wireless is going to
allow tethering on the new Motorola Droid starting early 2010.
Things sure look great for the Verizon Droid by Motorola, but hold your
horses. Apparently the CDMA carrier will only charge an extra $15 (same
as Verizon s standalone data card and USB modem plans), but will set a
5GB monthly limit to your traffic needs. So that leads us to a question.
Are AT T and iPhone users are jealous that the Droid is getting all
these goodies, along with amazing media attention?
Motorola Verizon is expected to release on Friday (very very early) and
will cost $199 with a two years contract.
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