Earlier this week I posted my article on usage based billing
and the comparative look
at UBB in other countries. Today’s posting focuses on the claims that link usage based billing to network congestion. The post – and the paper – examine the congestion from three angles: the CRTC’s clear attempt to link congestion with approval for UBB (dating back to 1999), the inconsistent carrier claims on UBB, and a closer look at where network congestion may be occuring. The following is taken directly from the paper.
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