Sprint says net neutrality is good for customers

The most surprising supporter of the FCC’s push for Net Neutrality has been Sprint, especially considering the strong opposition of the regulations from its rivals like AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile. Speaking to Reuters, Sprint’s CTO Stephen Bye said the company believes the tougher net neutrality regulations imposed by the FCC are good for its customers, and won’t stop its rival telecoms from investing in their networks at all.

“Our competitors are going to continue to invest.”

“It’s one of those topics that is highly charged, highly politicized and we took a step back and said it works in the interest of our customers, our consumers, and the industry, and we frankly found some of the arguments (of our competitors) to be less than…

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