400 page FCC document details rules on net neutrality
For example, the FCC said that it still is figuring out how to handle situations where a deep-pocketed company pays for the data used to have its services and apps sent out free to mobile users. Those opposed to such a plan say that this would favor companies that have the money and wherewithal to pay for all of that data. The agency says that it will look at these deals on a case-by-case basis. It will also look case-by-case on limits and caps on data use.
The 400-page document gives the legal reasoning behind the rules and answers criticism of them. It also provides a forum where the dissenting opinions of the two Republicans on the commission can be read. The rules that passed make internet providers "common carriers" like gas and electricity utilities. Had the rules not passed, carriers like Verizon and Comcast could have charged content providers for access to their subscribers. Eventually, this could have resulted in higher prices charged to download and install apps on your mobile device.