said by battleop:
The content providers won the net nuetrality fight but the consumer lost the war because the ISPs came up with a way to charge money for the increased usage.
The way AT&T and CenturyLink have implemented caps suggests that they are trying to steer users to more expensive services, not to mitigate "costs" of "increased usage".
In my case, all that AT&T accomplished was to steer me to a lower cost, higher speed competitive service; with no caps.--
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