Rob Topolski asked 2 good questions to Verizon around the aspect of their claims that wireless should be exempt from net-neutrality. The two claims are:
•"Spectrum is shared" Not a valid argument as all Internet traffic is shared
•"They have areas of unexpected bandwidth because of no fixed endpoints" Also a fuzzy response. You know when there is going to be a football game or event and bring in portable towers. Wireline networks have similar issues around snow days or general Internet events.
The VZ rep first thanked Rob for all his hard work last year pointing out the issues with VZ's chief competitor (Comcast). Then spun his response around why they should be able to violate the principals far more than Comcast ever did.