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|Technology - Internet|
|Tuesday, 17 July 2012 17:57|
Companies that own the websites paid to operators for users to access them through their networks is the wet dream of any executive of telecoms .
Something like that is what the Government of Brazil has agreed to try the four largest operators in the country, so that users can use your mobile internet connection, whether or not contracted data rate, for free access to certain websites.
Although the invention is not counted and seem very respectful of net neutrality, it makes sense when you consider that there are also toll-free numbers, those starting with 900, in which the undertaking to assume the cost of communication.
This is the scheme that seeks to emulate the system being tested in Brazil. Free pages are housed under the 0800 domain. Br (there toll-free numbers starting with 0800). The first phase will be offered the pages of the administration, but later offered to private companies.
This idea I think you will like the European telcos.