Shocking. I’m shocked.
Maybe this is why Verizon already dropped the charges for Tethering apps? Of course, the question on everyone’s minds has already been address by [GigaOm](http://gigaom.com/mobile/fcc-tells-verizon-you-cant-block-tethering-apps-verizon-settles-for-1-25m/):
> Unfortunately for customers of AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile, which also charge fees on some plans to use the handset as a hotspot, the FCC’s consent decree was based on Verizon’s purchase of 700 MHz spectrum that came with a mandate that Verizon let other devices and applications run on that spectrum
I really do not see any reason not to switch to Verizon when my contract expires.