Connecting Moto Q to PDA Hello, This may be related. I emailed AT&T to make sure that I wouldn't incur any charges by connecting my Moto Q (unlimited data plan, but no tethering plan added) to a PDA-type device via bluetooth. Here is the response: Dear **********, Thank you for taking the time to e-mail the new AT&T regarding letting a PDA connect to your phone via bluetooth. My name is ***** ********, and I am happy to help you with your inquiry. In checking your account, I did see that you are currently using a 3G PDA phone. If you wish to purchase a PDA and allow it to connect via bluetooth, there will be no problems as bluetooth does not transfer data via internet. You do have a PDA personal plan with unlimited data so even if it did use internet, you would have no problems. The Motorola Q is also a 3G PDA phone. Please advise if we can assist you with anything else, Mr. *******, and thank you for being a long time customer. I would like to wish you and your family a safe and happy holiday season. We are here to assist you. I encourage you to visit us at www.att.com/wireless often to view your monthly account statements, make payments and shop for new products and services. We greatly appreciate the opportunity to serve you. Should you have additional concerns or questions about this issue please reply to this email. If you need to contact us again regarding a new issue please send us another email via the contact link through your online account. Sincerely, ******** ******** Perhaps bluetooth-ing to a PDA-type device is okay because it will be using less bandwidth? At least I feel better now knowing that I won't be stuck with any surprises after I make my purchase.