Sunday, 24 June 2018

AT&T insists Netflix should pay for connectivity

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom
Monday 24 March 14

U.S. telco executive calls Netflix CEO 'arrogant' for suggesting others should pay for the costs his company incurs.

The net neutrality debate isn't going away any time soon, as evidenced by the war of words that broke out between AT&T and Netflix late last week that ended with the U.S. telco calling on the movie provider to pay for delivery of its content. "When Netflix delivered its movies by mail, the cost of delivery was included in the price their customer paid…

The net neutrality debate isn't going away any time soon, as evidenced by the war of words that broke out between AT&T and Netflix late last week that ended with the U.S. telco calling on the movie provider to pay for delivery of its content. "When Netflix delivered its movies by mail, the cost of delivery was included in the price their customer paid…

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