What Net Neutrality Rules Mean for Consumers

One of the main talking points for opponents of the new rules is that consumers will soon have to pay more for Internet service. That’s because the FCC is re-regulating Internet service under old rules written for phone networks and phone users have to pay a monthly fee into the Universal Service Fund, which subsidizes phone and Internet services in rural areas and for low-income people. – Amy Schatz, Re/code
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