Smartphone Mobile HotSpot (SMHS) - also referred to as Wi-Fi Sharing or tethering - lets you securely share your device's Internet connection with up to 10 Wi-Fi-enabled devices on T-Mobile's high-speed nationwide network. If you want a plan with SMHS - check our Magenta or Magenta MAX plans.
How do I turn on Tethering on my Moto G?
Go to Settings > Network & internet > Hotspot & tethering. Touch Wi-Fi hotspot and do any: To make it easier to identify your hotspot when connecting to it, change the network name for your hotspot. To prevent others from seeing your phone's network name, check Hide my device.
What is the difference between Tethering and hotspot?
With tethering, you can use your existing mobile phone and data plan to share a secure internet connection with another device, typically a laptop or tablet. With true hotspots, you have access to a dedicated device, like a portable Wi-Fi hotspot, that's capable of connecting to the closest cellular tower.
How do I get my phone to support mobile Tethering?
On your Android, go to Settings > Connections > Mobile Hotspot and Tethering. Now you have several options to share your phone's internet: Mobile Hotspot: Using Wi-Fi. Bluetooth tethering: Using Bluetooth.
How do I tether my internet without a hotspot?
1. Using Bluetooth to Tethering Android
- Pair The Two Devices.
- Turn on Bluetooth Tethering on Your Phone.
- Connecting Your PC.
- Download AirDroid on Your Devices.
- Connect Your Android via USB Cable.
- Turn on Tethering In AirDroid.
- Connect Your PC to The Hotspot.
- Connect Your Devices.
Can you share T-Mobile Netflix?
With Netflix Standard you can watch on up to two devices within a household at the same time. With Netflix Premium you can watch up to four devices within a household at the same time. We pay Netflix for your subscription based on your rate plan.