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    I'm thinking to get one of those Cradlepoint router (Amazon.com: CradlePoint CTR35 Wireless N Portable Router: Electronics), but I have a feeling it's not gonna work with Titan unless it allows for USB tethering.

    Anyone have any solution for this without getting a second data sim card?
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    Good question. I would love USB tethering, actually more than wireless tethering. With capped data, I would feel zero remorse at hacking to get USB tethering.
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    Since AT&T charges extra for tethering by selling you a 4GB plan, I would think they'll have it available pretty soon for the Titan, since there is money to be made.

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