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  1. I don’t agree. It is like “give them all or give them nothing”. There is and was never anything wrong with Free Basics. I still support it. At least the lower rung people could’ve got access to few sites for free. And if you hated it, you just opt out. You don’t sign up. That’s it.

  2. Ditto; but I still salute India for generally embracing net neutrality, so companies don’t just have one country (like say USA) to dodge. Hope neutrality works for you, cheers!

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