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Do these Magentans not realize that this is just opening the door for Verizon to shred Net Neutrality in the courts? What do they think will happen when Verizon finds the Appellate and Supremes whose modus operandi is "corporations are people?" It's like T-Mobile has taken a page out of the "how to make people vote against their own self-interest" playbook written by the Koch brothers.

 

Guys, I'm saying this for your own good.

 

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John lost me when he said "customers don't want or need big data files."

 

Sounding like the big two telling its users what they do or don't want. But he didn't explain as to why other services who aren't apart of the program as well as web video is having this effect?

 

John can talk a good game though....propaganda is one hell of a drug.

 

 

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John lost me when he said "customers don't want or need big data files."

 

Sounding like the big two telling its users what they do or don't want. But he didn't explain as to why other services who aren't apart of the program as well as web video is having this effect?

 

John can talk a good game though....propaganda is one hell of a drug.

 

 

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I haven't seen the video yet but if he really says that, then he has the same mindset as the Vzw CEO. "You don't need this."

 

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Legere is an amazing businessman. I just wish people would stop buying that he is looking out for them in any way shape or form.

 

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He's still using the same shtick: http://www.howardforums.com/showthread.php/1877536-Marcelo-s-problem-understanding-a-gigabit?p=16335580#post16335580

 

Different screen name, but that's him.

 

Cursory research on Brett Schulte shows that he ran some sort of IT repair/consulting business that is now closed -- maybe because Brett was not a "good communicator."

 

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Legere's response to the EFF... wow

 

https://twitter.com/EFF/status/685199019161726976

 

Wow defensive at the end. Well once this gets around hell issue an apology video probably via Twitter in a few days. Shocked he didn't know about the eff.

 

 

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Why he look like he's about to cry? Just like what the eef was saying, it's messing with other services. But John don't like 3rd party except ookla

 

 

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A fair response would be "I have some fundamental issues with their analysis, I would be happy to meet with the EFF to clarify what T-Mobile does in BingeOn. I respect their work but I think they have to analyze this issue differently."

 

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Legere's response to the EFF... wow

 

https://twitter.com/EFF/status/685199019161726976

 

Irony is that the EFF is practically the "uncarrier" of digital activism -- and greatly predates T-Mobile in that regard.

 

The smart people are speaking, John.  Your dog and pony show is growing stale.

 

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I still don't know how John has addressed the BingeOn problem that initially started this whole controversy. If I have BingeOn on, and am streaming YouTube, and I select 1080p or 720p, why does the video buffer? If T-Mobile optimized the video, wouldn't it just downscale automagically? I don't see how T-Mobile is optimizing non BingeOn video. In YouTube's case, it may be technically impossible for T-Mobile to modify their video. They changed their methods of delivering video and encryption post-Snowden, if I recall correctly.

 

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Lmao. Y'all better leave John alone before he pulls all uncarrier perks.

 

 

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https://twitter.com/mattl/status/685224731667087360?s=09

 

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That is the sickest burn I've seen. Hahaha

 

 

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