You have a smartphone, right? Many agents do. Are you also paying for a separate card or device to connect your laptop or tablet to the internet? How much is that costing you? $20, $40, $60? Ouch! Well, never fear, Bryan's here with a hot tip to save you money.
I'm not a big fan of greedy corporations and especially the cell phone companies who charge excessive fees to use the data bandwidth on my phone. I rarely download much beyond email so I'm not using much of what I'm paying for. I get 2GB per month to download and I usually use about 10% of that. Why do they care if I use the rest with my laptop? Many companies, Verizon and AT&T included, have banned applications that "tether" your smartphone to a laptop or other device to gain access to the internet. The solution: PDA Net!
This nifty little application has been around for years and I used it with my Treo before moving over to the "HTC Incredible" Android-based phone. PDA Net allows you to use the tethering cable for your smartphone to connect to the internet. It's incredibly easy to use and supports nearly every phone and operating system. For $20, you'll be able to connect to the internet using your smartphone without paying any other fees -- EVER.
- They support MacOS, Windows (32 and 64 bit), Android, WebOS, iOS, and others
- The run on Apple, Android, Blackberry, Windows Mobile, and other smartphones
The installation takes a few minutes and they offer easy to follow directions. Just load the software on your desktop, launch the app on your smartphone, connect the tether cable, and you'll be on the internet in seconds!
The company that provides the software is called June Fabrics and the application is called PDAnet. Get 'em and start saving today!
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