Category Archives: Mobile

Internet Coupons, 1-800 Data and Zero Rating. More value for consumers, innovation and competition.

Zero rating, while not an official term, commonly refers to the practice of exempting some data from charge on a mobile subscription, is nothing more than price or service differentiation. It can be recognized in the concepts of value added […]

If crowdsourced network quality tools are so good, why don’t operators, universities, and regulators use them more?

A recent story appeared in the Guardian about a study that alleges American broadband providers are purposely slowing access to websites, amounting to widespread net neutrality violation. The study is reported to have been conducted by BattleForTheNet which uses the […]

Competition in the Wireless Market: Testimony to the US Senate

The Senate Judiciary Subcommittee for Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights held a hearing on Competition in the Wireless Market on February 26, 2014. This hearing was presided by Chairwoman Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), Ranking Member Mike Lee including representatives from […]