Carriers might start charging for data based on the sites you are visiting
0. phoneArena 20 Dec 2010, 06:51 posted on
Carriers are exploring ways to slice and dice your monthly fee, depending on usage patterns. If you are just updating your Facebook status or chatting on Skype every now and then, you will be charged differently than if, say, you throw the daily top ten YouTube videos in the mix...
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1. psn1819 (Posts: 41; Member since: 06 Jun 2010)
I hope this is a damn joke!!! WHich of the 4 of largest carriers in the US, making multi-billion dollars a year, is reeally thinking of make this a possiblilty.
2. smpdx (Posts: 127; Member since: 02 Nov 2010)
This was in Europe, not the US!
US carriers dont need to do this. They already charge to much on the monthly.
3. JeffdaBeat (unregistered)
And this is what net neutrality is all about...and this is the reason I am pissed Google sided with Verizon...
4. tonetone956 (unregistered)
I would be super pissed if this did happen but jeffdabeat is right that why we pay these for data usage a month but yeah hell no to net neutrality its a waste of time and a joke just like everything else the government tell us. yeah
go infowars.com and get inform.