|reply to hottboiinnc |
LOL, you keep your head in the sand. It makes kicking your butt in factual arguments that much easier.
As pointed out numerous times, and yet you still choose to ignore it, L3 had no choice but to agree to pay at this time and then pursue action. As is often the case in disputes like this. If they did not agree, then their traffic would have been routed through TATA and received the obvious lower level of service thus putting Netflix in a bind, thus putting L3 in a bind.
They agreed to it and now they are taking the needed action to have Comcast's wrongful actions brought to light and dealt with, yet again.
Not only that, but in all likelihood the transfer of Level3 traffic to TATA would've pegged ALL of the TATA circuits 24x7, making even more websites completely unusable. Not good for anyone :/