Telcos deleted the advertisement which claimed that net neutrality will lead to slower data




Telecom companies have been working on an advertising campaign that told consumers that the plan would lead to net neutrality. In slower mobile Internet This is evident from published online images of the campaign, which was canceled at the last minute.

On images of posters that have appeared on the internet to see how a smartphone with video calling a bad connection and Google Maps. The accompanying text says that net neutrality creates an “exercise in frustration” because the network providers would no longer be allowed to manage, “as we do now.” The posters are online put by the British site The Register.

The campaign was conceived by the GSM Association. This umbrella organization of providers, which seems to confirm that the images are authentic, the article did not further respond in opposite The Register. The Register notes that include Vodafone seemed enthusiastic about the campaign, called Make The Net Work. The campaign was due to be launched in September, but never materialized.

Providers are against net neutrality because she says she will have fewer opportunities to manage networks in an efficient way, and they can offer, such as KPN ever wanted with a separate service charge chat . In several European countries, providers have those options for now. The European Parliament voted this spring in a European implementation of the Dutch net neutrality, net neutrality, but that was not immediately enshrined in European legislation. Before the Council of Ministers of the European Parliament has yet to approve the plan.


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