Report: Your Internet Fees About To Spike Thanks To Obama’s Dictatorial ‘Net Neutrality’

by The LA Times  |  published on April 10, 2015

dollarsignRecently adopted net neutrality regulations soon could make your monthly Internet bill more complicated — and potentially more expensive.

Every month, consumers pay a small fee on their phone bills for a federal program that uses the money — a total of $8.8 billion raised nationwide last year — to provide affordable access to telecommunications services in rural areas, underserved inner cities and schools.

Now the fee could start appearing on broadband bills too, in a major expansion of the nearly two-decade-old Universal Service Fund program.

It’s not clear yet, however, if most consumers would end up paying more in total USF fees than they do now.

In approving the tough rules for online traffic in February, the Federal Communications Commission put broadband in the same regulatory category as phone service, opening the door for the charges.


    Anything the government gets involved in becomes more complicated less efficient and eventually so much trouble it’s existence becomes seriously in question. I knew the government would be going for the internet services because they have (the internet services) made a wealth of information readily available. The less government we have the better off we will be.
    On the question of the gays not being served pizza, the people said they didn’t mind serving them pizza at all. they just do not believe in gay marriage. They stood up for what they believe and that is an admirable thing.

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