Response to Rajeev Chandrasekhar’s detailed comments to TRAI on the regulation on differential pricing

Mr Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Honourable Member of Parliament from Bangalore, has been a vocal proponent of Net Neutrality and has shared common cause with the SaveTheInternet.in Coalition for some time. We are deeply appreciative of his support for our cause. Subsequent to TRAI’s regulation on differential pricing [http://www.trai.gov.in/WriteReadData/WhatsNew/Documents/Regulation_Data_Service.pdf] on 8 February 2016, Mr Chandrasekhar submitted detailed comments to the regulator [http://rajeev.in/

26 February, 2016
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Mr Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Honourable Member of Parliament from Bangalore, has been a vocal proponent of Net Neutrality and has shared common cause with the SaveTheInternet.in Coalition for some time. We are deeply appreciative of his support for our cause.

Subsequent to TRAI’s regulation on differential pricing on 8 February 2016, Mr Chandrasekhar submitted detailed comments to the regulator on 18 February. Our volunteers reviewed these comments and found points of concern relating to the few differences of opinion SaveTheInternet has had with Mr Chandrasekhar.

We present here our counterpoints.

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