AD: If you are an entrepreneur or aspiring to be one, you should check out Entrepreneurship Daily. This is an amazing new email newsletter service that provides a daily curated list of business growth ideas, marketing tips and case studies from your fellow entrepreneurs. Signing up is easy and you can unsubscribe at any time with just one click.
Yes you can. But only if you live in Canada. Much to the envy of Apple customers around the world, Canadian carrier Rogers has announced a new data sharing option that will allow iPhone 4 customers to share their data plan with their iPad. Accordingly, if you are on the 6GB data plan, you can now share your plan between your iPhone 4 and iPad by paying an additional monthly fee of $20. However, a big caveat here – This data sharing option is presently on a limited period trial and will end on September 30. The $20 fee will exclude the government’s regulatory recovery fee.
If this sounds awesome, check out the other deal from Bell Canada. The Rogers rival carrier has announced a largely similar offer, except that the iPad data sharing option is available at only $10 a month.
Technically, this is not too different from what AT&T offers with its tethering functionality. American iUsers may note that Ma Bell offers tethering at an additional cost of $20 per month to their Data Pro subscirbers. However, this tethering functionality is not compatible with the iPad.
Nevertheless, this is a good start and hope more carriers start offering such data sharing services (at little to no monthly fee of course)