AT&T’s WatchTV is the First Streaming Service for the Post-Net Neutrality World

The zero-rating violations play out in an astonishing number of ways with AT&T’s new unlimited plans, which show just how little telecom companies care to preserve net neutrality. Offering WatchTV for free is one strike (sorry to the likes of Sling, YouTube TV, Hulu Live, and others, which consumers will have to pay more for). The credit for DirecTV is strike two. And then there’s strike three, the offer of one free “premium” service that comes with Unlimited &More Premium, which includes the now AT&T-owned products HBO and Cinemax. – Aj Dellinger, Gizmodo