Openings for Zero Rating
Zero rating is a highly controversial aspect of the internet. AUGUSTO PRETA and PENG PENG provide a cost-benefit analysis amid the context of net neutrality.
Zero rating (toll-free data) is the practice of internet service providers (ISPs) and mobile operators not charging end users for data usage of specific internet content and applications of content providers through their network. On one hand it may benefit consumers from using the subsidised services, on the other it could be considered anti-competitive and against the net neutrality principle. This article focuses on the cost-benefit analysis of zero rating.
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