I got my iPhone 4 with a 3years contract 2 years ago. However, as my as there is problem with the reception of my iPhone 4, I got a Samsung Galaxy Note as a replacement. When I have switched to the new phone, even though there is no SIM card in my old iPhone 4, most of the SMS still goes to my iPhone 4 (I still have it turns on for other gaming or music with wifi). I then found out that I can disable the SMS function in the iPhone 4. However, is there any other way it can be done without disabling the SMS function in the iPhone 4? As I might give the iPhone 4 to other people for music/entertainment, and I don't want them to receive my SMS on that phone.
Another problem was with the Tethering with my Samsung Galaxy Note. I have tried it a 2-3months ago and it worked perfectly fine. However, when I tried it again yesterday and today, it's not working. The two devices were connected, but no data could be used in both devices while the tethering was on.
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I know this is a pretty old thread but I thought I would provide some updated information in case anyone came across this in the future.
It is no longer necessary to have tethering enabled in your account and there is no longer any minimum data plan required.
For all plans released on or after August 3rd, 2011, which bill data overusage per increment of a specific amount of data that you go over your allotted usage (For example, $5/100 MB or $10/GB, the overusage rate is dependent on which plan you are subscribed to), tethering is enabled automatically.
Hope this helps!