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Check if your tablet is network-capable. “Network-capable” means that your tablet can use mobile network connections like GSM
or 4G. In simpler terms
it means that your Android tablet uses a SIM card. Check the user manual or turn the tablet about and look along the sides or at the back of it for any physical slot where a SIM card can be inserted in.Remove the SIM card from your phone. Take the SIM card out of your cell phone that has the plan. For some phone units
you can get the SIM card by removing the back cover and then the battery. In other models
you can remove the SIM card out of the phone by flipping it out of one side.A network plan is SIM-dependent
and its service can be shared among devices just by transferring the SIM card.Insert the SIM card into your tablet. Get your Android tablet
and insert into it the SIM card you took out of your cell phone. How you insert a SIM card also varies depending on the make and model of the Android tablet you have
but it is actually the same with how you insert it into cell phones.If you’re unsure how to put in a SIM card to your tablet
you may consult its user manual.Enable your phone’s mobile data. If the tablet you’re using doesn’t use a SIM card
you can still share your cell phone’s plan with it
but you’ll only be able to share its mobile data connection. Switch on your phone’s data connection by opening its settings from the Home screen or from the main menu
and selecting “Connection.”Inside the Connection Settings screen
you should be able to find an option called “Mobile Data” that will enable your phone’s data connection.Turn your phone into a router. Inside the same Connection/Mobile Data Settings screen
you’ll find another option labelled “Portable Hotspot.” If you see this option
tap on it from the Settings screen
and your phone will be able to share its data connection with other Wi-Fi-capable devices
just like a router does.Note that not all phone units
regardless if it’s an Android smartphone or not
has this Portable Hotspot feature. If you can’t find it inside the Connections Settings or anywhere else inside the phone’s Settings screen/menu
then your device does not support this feature.Connect your tablet to your phone. Slide down the screen to show your Android tablet’s notification tray. Tap the Wi-Fi Quick Settings button to enable its Wi-Fi connection. Your tablet should automatically connect to your cell phone.Start surfing. Browse the Internet on your tablet just like how you normally would when it’s connected to a Wi-Fi network. You should be able to enjoy your cell phone’s data plan even without having to transfer the SIM card.