Telcos could not make a proper argument for the above.On what basis can they single out, arbitrarily, some apps out of others ?
Claiming to lose one in one area whilst making it and increasingly so in other areas isn't a valid argument.Right, every app and the amount of them that want to communicate is always increasing means so will data going through their net. These apps are what will increasingly get people to use their networks.
whatever, it was never a idea.
whatever guys, it worked ;-)
from the earlier report"We may be asking them to put their servers in India as they get connected to any telecom network in India without getting themselves registered that is something which is also a security concern for us," the official added.
The underlined bit btw is the model used to get the web started. There was no net neutrality even then which is what most people don't realise.There's no such thing as net neutrality in India. The telecos already make deals with Google, Facebook and the likes to deliver their services free of cost to the subscribers. Despite there being no legal framework to check the same, the ISPs haven't breached anything as of yet though. I think the reason was they were experiencing huge growths. Once the market has settled down though, can't trust these companies much.
It's like Mafia. They go after the app which is doing the most business.