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Time to consider free-rating services?

Started by: k89bpa
On: 31/08/2018 | 21:09
Replies: 14

by: glaswegianeric
on: 01/09/2018 | 10:49
@k89bpa As much as appealing service passes might be for an end-user, I personally am quite wary about such trends as they potentially threaten the principles of net neutrality.
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by: k89bpa
on: 01/09/2018 | 17:13
@glaswegianeric also not what this thread is about but OFCOM have already stamped on that so net neutrality is no longer an issue.
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Message 12 of 15
by: techiebloke
on: 01/09/2018 | 17:46

Alrught then to answer to your question directly, I'd probably be willing to pay £6 a month for zero rated Spotify provided that included the spotify subs.


For example, I wouldn't want to have to pay spotify and then pay gg to zero rate the traffic but seeing as spotify premium is 9.99 a month I doubt Spotify would go for it.

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Message 13 of 15
by: joolzian
on: 02/09/2018 | 11:57

I wonder if the fact that those BBC apps require you to be a licence payer might prevent those specifically being free rated?

Message 14 of 15
by: ashleybristoluk
on: 02/09/2018 | 12:01

i like this idea will. help few members 

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