How many times have you been on the road and need to use your Android tablet, but don’t have 3G service. It’s so frustrating, and paying your cell phone carrier $20 a month usually isn’t worth it. Enter FoxFi. FoxFi is an Android app that you install on your 3G phone, allowing it to be used as a WiFi tethering device. Not all phones are supported, and usage time is limited on the free service, but you can upgrade to the paid version for $7.00 and time limits are lifted. I was skeptical, so I tried it myself, ending up pleasantly surprised when it worked like a charm. I’ll be testing it on the road over the next couple of days – hopefully it continues to live up to my two thumbs up.
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