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Every state is different In my state phone, gas and lights are public utilities. Cable and Internet are not, and as such they are not regulated by my state PUC. .
Transmission fees are clearly spelled out on lights, gas, and cable bills. Often the transmission fee is greater than usage.
From my perspective my idea of net neutrality would be a fair rate for all, by region, particularly in areas where fiber is in the office and being used by telco to deliver phone and web services the last mile. I pay three times more than residents in cities 50-miles away for a fraction of the speed. I should not be paying $100/mo for 10/1 anywhere.
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