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    Quote Originally Posted by hrminer92 View Post
    That is an example of blocking content from different sites unless the user pays another fee. That would definitely be a conflict with the concept of "net neutrality". Slowing down all traffic once a bandwidth usage limit has been reached or having tiered plans based on bandwidth usage wouldn't be from what the original "net neutrality" concept because it treats all traffic the same.
    right.. but with no net neutrality ... and VZW filing suit against the FCC ... makes you wonder what they are pondering
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    Sprint has always had the best terms of service regarding data usage, and Verizon has always had a "gotcha" clause in theirs. Nothing new to see here, move along...
    Touchscreens are a fad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sketch42 View Post
    right.. but with no net neutrality ... and VZW filing suit against the FCC ... makes you wonder what they are pondering
    To nickel and dime the users with "premium content" instead of just providing a dumb pipe which most people want.
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