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When telecommunications operators successfully lobbied U.S. regulators to scrap net neutrality, one of their main claims was that the rules held them back from investing more in their networks. If they can’t charge online companies to make their services work faster, the argument went, then the network operators are less likely to invest in improving their infrastructure.
So, with net neutrality officially dead in the U.S., at least at the federal level, how’s that working out?
The carriers are in fact now investing less than when the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules were in place, the Financial Times figured out by looking at their most recent earnings reports.
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