AT&T to Eventually Offer Tethering in the U.S.

While iPhone customers might have been glad to hear that the newest iPhone 3.0 software supports both MMS and Tethering, U.S. customers found they were going to be left a bit behind.

According to one report MMS will be delayed as current iPhone customers' accounts have to be manually enabled to support MMS. Regardless, Apple did say that MMS would be coming to AT&T iPhone users but it would be delayed by a number of months.

Meanwhile, an AT&T rep is said to have confirmed that Tethering is in the works for U.S. customers but that nothing could be announced at this time. Boy Genius also has heard that tethering is in the works but suggests it could be included into a $70/month Unlimited Data + Tethering plan.

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