How to tether Vodafone Passes?

So I have Vodafone’s Passes such as Video Pass, Music Pass, Social Pass and stuff where a number of apps can be used unlimited in my plan. However, these are only valid for phone usage and when tethered to PC or any device, data is consumed. I stay in a dorm where net speed is horrible. Therefore I want to use my mobile internet on my PC.

I have an iPhone which is not jailbroken and I am not actually going to do it if potential method(s) would require it as warranty matters a lot to me.

Thank you in advance for your directions!

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