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Repealing net neutrality is bad for consumers, small businesses, & for transparency. Imagine an internet where you’re nickle & dimed for using specific sites. It already exists in Portugal & it will soon be a reality here. ⬇️
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Bob's Your Uncle 21 Nov 17
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Misfit Human 21 Nov 17
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What a way to kill business.
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Covert Goat 21 Nov 17
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There is no good reason to repeal neutrality. There will be hell to pay in 2018.
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Crystal Jenkins 21 Nov 17
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Or the wealthy few determine what you can see or read
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Lizzard 21 Nov 17
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Imagine all the streaming services going out of business.
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Paulo Monteiro 21 Nov 17
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(oh god .... Meo again ... I give up)
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Andrew Crain 21 Nov 17
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Portugal has Net Neutrality.
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Sandra Carvalho 👾🦇🕷️ 22 Nov 17
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Leonardo Patrício 22 Nov 17
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that image is completely misleading, since we're not ACTUALLY blocked from services outside of those offered, they just have an unlimited plan, since this is a mobile package. No services has its speed or access prioritized.
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Leonardo Patrício 22 Nov 17
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the services indicated on the packages are simply services that won't weight on your data usage limit
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Louise Avery 24 Nov 17
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Daniel Whelan 25 Nov 17
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no it doesn't. This is all a lie.
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mistleMoke 27 Nov 17
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Except Portugal is a member of the EU. Stop lying.
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alessandro longo 30 Nov 17
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anacom (portugal tlc authority) confirms to me they are still investigating over the Movo issue with zero roaming packages
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