"What people are paying for isn’t the service, although they’ll
be provided a service, but what they’re paying for is a utility fee that
connects them to the network. Now within that utility fee, they will get a basic
Internet service for free," Pyle said.Oh, I get it now. So,
I'm paying a monthly fee for a utility and I get internet for free?
That's awesome! What is the utility? Oh, it's internet service.
Riiight??This is the same line of thinking that prompts people to
buy groupons or raffle tickets. There is nothing for free. You are buying the
right to a product or service, which you may choose to upgrade if you wish.
Whether or no you want the service, you are going to pay for it every month. To
say otherwise is complete doublespeak.