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Modify zero-rated plans to hit net neutrality goals: Sandvine

Briefs | 05/16/2016 9:24 pm EDT

If communications providers stick to principles of transparency and openness, zero-rated and sponsored data services can stay out of regulatory and consumer trouble, according to a report released Monday by Sandvine Inc.

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