From the bloggers at Do It Yourself RV.
Net Neutrality – the recently enacted Federal Communications Commission law that requires broadband providers to treat all Internet traffic equally – apparently doesn’t apply to the RVing community.
In a move that encourages RV park owners to charge customers different rates for accessing different speeds of RV park WiFi service, Tengo Internet is promoting its “Freemium” RV park WiFi model as a new revenue stream for park owners.
Tengo Internet says it wants RV park owners to invest in better WiFi systems. But what this really means is that now if you want to do anything more than download basic emails without those 10 megabyte photo memes that dear Aunt Sally loves to send, you’re going to have to pay more money at check in.
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