Monday, April 4, 2011

FCC Hits Metro PCS with Net Neutrality Complaint for Offering CHEAPER Cell, Internet & Data Plan

Just shows the unintended consequences of internet regulations. In this case, Metro PCS was offering a cheap 2G plan for 40 dollars a month. This plan included internet and youtube access which was enabled by IT innovation in the form of compressed videos.

The Financial Times website requires a log in, but if you google the title "FCC Net Neutrality Rules and Efficiency," you should be able to pull the whole article up.

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