Mobile Carriers in the US have started cracking down on some of the Android tethering apps that are available through the Android Market, with carriers AT&T and T-Mobile blocking access to the applications from devices on their networks.
One carrier, Sprint is still allowing access to these Android tethering apps, although we suspect it wont be long before Sprint starts blocking access to the applications as well.
Obviously the carriers are attempting to get users who want to use tethering on their Android devices to pay an extra monthly fee, just like AT&T does with tethering on other devices. Take a look and our article on Android vs iPhone to see which smartphone and mobile platform is best for you.
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