FCC questions the zero rating on Direct TV Now

Last week the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) expressed serious concern on AT&T’s plan for zero-rating on Direct TV Now online video service. The position of the regulator is that other similar services will be at disadvantage and that would be against the net neutrality rules.
Such kind of offering is no longer possible in the European Union where all services should be treated in the same way. AT&T should provide an answer to FFC till 21st of November.

The expectations are that Direct TV Now will launch next month with price of $35 and more than 100 channels.

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