The problem with this argument is Youtube (Google) pay for their own content to travel the internet. I pay for the data coming through my connection. What that data is should not matter. ISPs are against net neutrality so they can get money from big internet companies to not slow down their content.
Most people in the United States only have maybe two choices for internet. We pay a lot more for a lot slower connection than pretty much everywhere in Europe.
1. Take a deep breath through your mouth and hold it. 2, Swallow. 3, Try breathing in more and hold it. 3. Try swallowing again. 4 Try breathing in again. 5. Keep repeating until you can't go any more.
I know it sounds weird, but it works every time for me.
I love Ting. My wife and I have been with Ting for about a year and we have been saving a lot of money over what we were paying with Sprint. It was such an easy process to switch. I have only had to call customer service once and they were able to solve my problem quickly and were very friendly.
I call bull crap this. Way to twist net neutrality to be what you want it to be. The wireless companies will not spend less on infrastructure than they currently are. In the united States we are already behind Europe and Asia in internet speed and price it is ridiculous. Nice scripted "man on the street" interviews.
So if you are not at home and need to check on things at home is everything done through the micasaverde website? because what happens if micasaverde goes out of business? Are you then SOL and cannot access your devices away from home?