That's one scenario...
by whiskeyonasunday (2017-03-01 09:13:52)
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  In reply to: Just wait  posted by cujays96



I think it more likely that YouTube is big and popular enough that those ISPs won't be able to throttle their content... so long as YouTube pays the extortion (or "premium") to keep its speed up. Which means $35/month won't last as those "premier speed service fees" will be passed on to the lucky consumer (or else they'll develop tiered service - more money for higher resolution streaming).


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