Technologizer brings us the happy, happy news that AT&T Mobility president and CEO Ralph De La Vega has said that his company is working with Apple on an iPhone as tethered modem solution and that product will be available "soon."
Of course, ever since Steve Jobs purportedly said Apple was discussing a tethering solution with AT&T, it's been assumed that something would eventually come out.
The Technologizer's Harry McCracken speculates that AT&T will charge "something like $50 or $60 a month," though Blackberry users can purchase (EDGE) tethering for $30 a month.
Editor's note: Hugerer and hugerer companies just get awfuler and awfuler...
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