List of 75 zero-rated, potentially anti-competitive mobile applications/services, violating net neutrality, in EU28
Below you can download the list of the 75 zero-rated mobile applications/services in EU28. The names of the countries and the operators are available only for DFMonitor subscribers.
On Gigaom: Is zero rating a net neutrality issue? Europe’s outgoing digital chief doesn’t think so
(List with names, 1 page, pdf) »
» US and EU legislators question zero-rating
» German telecom regulator: Zero-rating (volume discrimination) violates net neutrality
» Norwegian telecom regulator unambiguously states that zero-rating violates net neutrality
» Google, telcos and the push for a vertically integrated non-neutral internet – Friends, not foes
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