The Truth About Net Neutrality and Infrastructure Investment

Author: Sara Kamal
Coverage Type: analysis
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It’s essential to the future of network neutrality that we shed some light (and truth) on the baseless arguments being made regarding Title II and broadband investment.

Fact: Internet service providers have no plans to decrease investment in their infrastructure. ISPs have been reporting to investors that investment is up, up, up! Verizon’s CFO, Fancis Shammo, told investors that reclassification to Title II “does not influence the way we invest.” Similarly, Sprint stated that it would “continue to invest in data networks regardless of whether they are regulated by Title II, Section 706, or some other light touch regulatory regime.” In 2016, AT&T reassured their investors that they would “remain one of the largest investors in the United States.” As technologies change and reliance on the internet only continues to strengthen, ISPs know the value in continued investment.
Fact: Investment has actually increased since the adoption of the Open Internet Order.


Truth and Chairman Ajit Pai are complete strangers. Chairman Ajit Pai might start his lies from statutory truths but twists these till they supporting his novel attempts to coach judges to support his deception. Point by Point =>LIE

CurtisNeeley on May 8, 2017 - 7:42pm.



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