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Join the Battle for Net Neutrality

Today let’s converse about the most debated topic nowadays, Net Neutrality. Amidst recent months, net neutrality has been making so much of noise. Read what’s it and how it can affect you?

Internet has unleashed those possibilities which we could barely imagine at one time. It allows people to exchange information (legal) and connect freely.

As Internet is built around the idea of openness, Internet traffic should be treated equally, not discriminating or charging differentially by user, content, site, platform, application, type of attached equipment, or mode of communication which is Net Neutrality.

Big companies like AT&T, Verizon, and Comcast want to treat them differently so as to charge more on what you use.

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is currently debating legislation to define limits for ISPs (internet service providers). Expecting they will support the neutrality in internet.

Why Net Neutrality is Important ?

A free and open internet stimulates ISP competition.

A free and open inter­net helps prevent unfair pricing practices.

A free and open internet promotes innovation

A free and open internet promotes the spread of idea

sA free and open internet drives entrepreneurship.

A free and open internet protects freedom of speech.

­Importance of Net Neutrality for businesses

Net Neutrality is crucial for start ups, SMEs and entrepreneurs who use the open Internet for launching their business, build a market, advertising the products & services and distribution of products to customers. Neutrality in net allows small business owners to reach new customers and showcase their goods, applications and services.
Without an open internet, big corporations would impose restrictions and tighten the control over accessing internet services.

Save the internet and play your part to keep the internet a cornerstone of opportunity and freedom. Tell TRAI we need network neutrality

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