"While transit may appear cheap, the reality is a network like this takes continual maintenance and upgrades to get the transit to and from you," she says, adding that this is "just a natural evolution of the technology" and "not a money grab."
Transit has been getting cheaper and cheaper, yet metered billing is just now coming into the picture. So, does this mean that the "natural evolution of technology" is actually a devolution of the technology? If companies are being "forced" to charge a 2000% mark-up for bandwidth, how does this equal an "evolution of technology?" When technology evolves it gets cheaper, not the other way around.
Krispy = fail