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  Reply # 447248 10-Mar-2011 13:01
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Yup, Bluetooth.

And think ive mis-read what its describing exactly.. ignore me for now, I'll play some more ;)




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  Reply # 447251 10-Mar-2011 13:03
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Thats precisly the kind of bulls%$T answer I expected, and it is also why I wont be using you guys in the future,

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  Reply # 447253 10-Mar-2011 13:05
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myopinion: Thats precisly the kind of bulls%$T answer I expected, and it is also why I wont be using you guys in the future,

Cheers


Don't take it out on me but you answered your own question in your post!

Why did you not direct your question at Telstraclear? They are your service provider

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  Reply # 447254 10-Mar-2011 13:07
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We use the Vodafone network via Telstra so why doesn't tethering work? Technically what is the answer?

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  Reply # 447256 10-Mar-2011 13:09
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Telstra aren't clear on this either. Why cant you guys just play nicely together - or shall we just blame Apple?!?

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  Reply # 447260 10-Mar-2011 13:11
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I really hope that Apple have fixed the Wifi functionality that they broke with the last major iOS release.

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  Reply # 447261 10-Mar-2011 13:12
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myopinion: Telstra aren't clear on this either. Why cant you guys just play nicely together - or shall we just blame Apple?!?


We do play nicely together they are an MVNO and use our network.

If you have any questions best to direct them at your service provider Telstraclear.

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  Reply # 447263 10-Mar-2011 13:14
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myopinion: We use the Vodafone network via Telstra so why doesn't tethering work? Technically what is the answer?


I would assume its because there is no carrier bundle in iOS for the TCL APN.

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  Reply # 447264 10-Mar-2011 13:15
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@JohnR Vodafone - So to answer my first question do you know technically why our iPhones can't tether? I think you can't absolve all responsibility of this matter as when I look at the top left hand corner of my iPhone, its got your logo!

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  Reply # 447266 10-Mar-2011 13:18
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So who is responsible for organising a carrier bundle for the TCL APN? Why cant Tlestra customers use the Vodafone APN and then tethering could work? Couldn't data be tracked via the unique phone ID?

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  Reply # 447270 10-Mar-2011 13:33
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myopinion: So who is responsible for organising a carrier bundle for the TCL APN?


It's less a question of 'who is responsible' and more a question of 'Apple have an exclusive deal with Vodafone in NZ and will only bless them with a carrier bundle'.

So, both, really. If tethering is that important to you, your options are:

* Become a Vodafone customer
* Jailbreak
* Buy an Android

NB: I'll update tonight and let you know whether tethering works on 2degrees. We are not blessed either.

(OTOH hand my particular phone is an Australian model purchased direct from Apple, rather than an NZ one, not that that should matter).




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  Reply # 447271 10-Mar-2011 13:38
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I can also become an XT customer as the iPhone tethers very nicely with them.

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  Reply # 447274 10-Mar-2011 13:39
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In actual fact I mean - I will become an XT customer and take my (companies) 28 iPhones with me. Telstra and Vodafone lose.

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  Reply # 447275 10-Mar-2011 13:41
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myopinion: In actual fact I mean - I will become an XT customer and take my 28 iPhones with me. Telstra and Vodafone lose.


Wow, that's multitasking!




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