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Verizon Challenges FCC's Net Neutrality Push

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Top message:  Sorry, Verizon. by ELawson87   Jan 21, 2011, 6:52 PM

Replying to:  Re: Sorry, Verizon. by Dreyfous23   Jan 23, 2011, 4:58 PM

Re: Sorry, Verizon.

by Theuninformed    Jan 24, 2011, 3:35 AM

It's comments like this that make me disappointed in the average American consumer. While the OP definitely made some good points, I don't think disregarding a companies concern just because they make a lot of money really expresses any informed decision or opinion.

Big companies have, and will always have to look out for themselves because surprisingly, everyone wants to knock them down a peg and reel them in.

I am a big believer in net neutrality, I am however not a believer that a business that is big does not deserve to make (more) profit.

Profit means a company can invest more money into building new cell towers. New cell towers mean more coverage for my family in case they need to call 911. It means training more customer service and technical support representatives, and properly, to address my concerns when I call the phone company for assistance. It means having the flexibility to provide outstanding benefits to those employees and better pay, further increasing our economy indirectly.

Maybe I'm weird.

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