[IRPCoalition] Indian regulator bans differential pricing, including

Shreedeep Rayamajhi weaker41 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 9 16:18:55 EET 2016

John you are very right when you look at it from the upper level . But its
not just about connecting the next billion its about safeguarding their
rights and making the people feel euqal.
Digital equality is yet another issues where we the people from the Asia
pacific feel Discontent. It's not just about rushing but about having a
proper plan for safeguarding the right and individuality.

I am not against zero rating but I am against the idea of controling people
in the name of zero rating

Just my 2 cent thought

Shreedeep Rayamajhi
On 9 Feb 2016 7:35 pm, "John Laprise" <jlaprise at gmail.com> wrote:

> I must disagree on TRAI's decision. At the very least, allowing
> differential pricing, zero rating, and services such as Free Basics is a
> catalyst for Internet adoption in the short term. With ~1 billion
> unconnected in India, the decision was largely made by a connected minority
> and their interests.
> Best regards,
> John Laprise, Ph.D.
> Consulting Scholar
> http://www.linkedin.com/in/jplaprise/
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