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tybo31316

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  1. Someone’s going to jump too soon like Sprint did with WiMAX and get burned.
  2. I think that they were using Net Neutrality sarcasm.
  3. I think secretly. The big corporations (Google, Amazon and Facebook) wanted Net Neutrality to be repealed. They have enough money to put up a fight against the FCC and didn’t. I think they wanted to see Net Neutrality repealed to keep their place in the top spot. Those corporations can pay their way through anything.
  4. So what positives (for consumers) do you think can come out of ending Net Neutrality?
  5. Well, I guess everyone has an opinion. If I don’t like it I won’t buy the services. Unfortunately the internet has become an important part of people’s lives. Most people need it. Depending on your age it’s all some people know. I could probably do without it if I need to.
  6. What happens when your internet package looks like a cable tv package?
  7. Repealing it is going to add additional players into the market?
  8. You are in support of the large ISPs charging the American people more. Go and look at their market cap and their quarterly reports. They are making more than enough money. Your argument is like saying the government is spending more and more money to the American people should pay more and more taxes. The government should get their spending under control. The ISPs don’t have that problem because they are taking billions to the bank quarterly.
  9. I have in the past and will in the future. I’m not loyal to any company. I would like to use any company I want. Unfortunately the way our ISPs are setup by region I can’t do that. Only if other people in America boycott and start dropping some of these greedy corporations things will change a lot faster.
  10. Haha. [emoji23] You have it all figured out. Only time will tell.
  11. Yeah. Like that’s going to happen. Most of the local level governments are a part of the reason that most Americans don’t have multiple broadband options.
  12. Many areas don’t have competition when it comes to wireline ISPs. So they will have no one to respond to.
  13. It still has to go through Congress. Fingers crossed.
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