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With the AT&T-VoIP decision, we thought the company was finally opening its cold heart to innovation, but they still won't be offering a tethering option anytime soon.
The Wall Street Journal went searching for answers to the age-old question of when we might see tethering on the iPhone. After all, iPhone OS 3.0 supports tethering and a few carriers around the world support it, but not AT&T in the U.S.
In somewhat of a reused statement, AT&T told WSJ, "Whenever we offer new features, we want to offer the best possible customer experience. For tethering, we need to do some additional fine tuning to our systems and networks so that we do deliver a great experience."
AT&T has already said that they plan to roll out tethering by the end of this year, but that remains to be seen.