Portuguese ISP Shows Us What the Net Looks like without Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality activists have warned that a non-neutral internet will be an invitation for ISPs to create “plans” where you have to choose what services you can access, and we can look to Portugal for an immediate sampling of what will happen if the FCC gets its way: Portuguese ISP MEO is offering a series of plans for its mobile data service where you pay 5 euro ($5.80) to access a handful of messaging services, 5 euro more to use social media, and 5 euro more for video-streaming services.

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