This development may put the FCC’s meeting with T-Mobile in a new light — and perhaps the meetings with AT&T and Comcast as well. After YouTube took first spat against T-Mobile’s Binge On program that zero-rated end users’ costs for access to 480p video. That’s so long as video providers ask to be on the program, which is free to participate in.
YouTube was and is not a partner in the program and the company is claiming that its video is being “throttled” down to 480p. T-Mobile responded with a different term, “downgraded,” [...]