UK carrier Three has today announced a number of changes it has made to its tethering services for new customers on both 3G and 4G contracts.
Three is now no longer offering unlimited tethering on any all-you-can-use mobile data plans. However in consolation the company thinks that offering Three subscribers free calls to 0800 numbers will help ease the pain.
Three has today updated its tariffs so that only it highest paying customers will get unlimited mobile data on their devices and has offered the tethering feature to more users but has removed the unlimited tethering features that was available.
However the downside to the changes is that users now get a smaller allowance as a consequence i.e. users on the highest subscription package with Three will only be able to use 2GB of their personal hotspot data before the need to purchase yet more allowance in 1GB units.
For more information on the new unlimited tethering changes made by Three today jump over to the Three website for details and the new account details.
Source: WiredFiled Under: Technology News, Top News