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Verizon Zero-Rates Its Go90 Video App

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Feb 5, 2016, 4:27 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Verizon Wireless today updated its go90 video app and will allow customers to stream all the go90 content they want over LTE without it impacting their data bucket. The go90 app is making use of Verizon's FreeBee Data 360 sponsored data service, which Verizon launched last month. The go90 app includes music, sports, TV shows, original series, and live concerts. Verizon says go90 version 1.4 is available in the Google Play Store and Apple App Store. Verizon's foray into zero-rating go90 follows similar behavior from T-Mobile, which allows customers to stream music and video content from select partners without pulling from their monthly data allotment.

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Zpike

Feb 15, 2016, 1:18 PM

Simply Amazed

I never cease to be amazed at the inability of most of the general population to reason through an issue logically.

Suppose you received all your utilities from General Utility Company (GUC). That includes gas, electricity, water, sewage, and garbage collection. And let's suppose that GUC started a new energy efficiency program. Under this new program, should you choose to opt in, GUC would significantly reduce the rates for your gas and electricity, and in exchange GUC would provide less current for your electricity and lower pressure for your gas. Also, GUC explicitly points out that your garbage, sewage, and water are not part of this new promotion.

So, now let's suppose that you look at this and you are like, 'WOW, I can cut off 2 ...
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bofis

Feb 5, 2016, 4:36 PM

FCC Violation?

So this violates Net Neutrality...why will the FCC find the time to crack down on this b.s.?
isnt this good for the consumers? anything free is good for the consumers.
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Just curious why you think this violates Net Neutrality?
 
 
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