FCC Chairman Dismisses Verizon’s Defense Of Throttling High-Bandwidth Customers
Verizon announced in late July that it would start throttling the 4G data speeds of customers on unlimited data plans who are among the top 5 percent of their users when it comes to consumption of mobile data, and were “connected to cell sites experiencing heavy demand.” The FCC wasn’t too pleased. The FCC was irked that Verizon would slow the speeds of its customers not for “legitimate network management,” but what appeared to be direct targeting of customers with unlimited data plans.
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